Business Intelligence on Retailing, Franchising, and Consumerism in China


Nestle To Establish Two New R&D Organizations In China

World's leading food and beverage company Nestle announced plans to establish two new research and development organizations in China.

These two new R&D organizations respectively apparently target the Chinese food and beverage firms Yinlu and Hsu Fu Chi, in which Nestle has holding stakes.

Nestle revealed to the Chinese local media that this move aims to enhance their understanding about the Chinese consumers, ingredients, and local dining; and provide technical support to their businesses in other regions in Asia and the world. The two new organizations will be located in Fujian's Xiamen and Guangdong's Dongguan, respectively, supporting Nestle's joint ventures established with Yinlu and Hsu Fu Chi.

The Xiamen R&D unit will focus on the professional research on ready-to-drink beverages and provide support to the Chinese leading ready-to-drink peanut milk and ready-to-eat gruel maker Yinlu; while the Dongguan R&D unit will focus on baked goods and implement close cooperation with the candy, cookies and traditional snacks maker Hsu Fu Chi.

Nestle will reportedly announce their related investments detail in 2013.





Be the first to comment on "Nestle To Establish Two New R&D Organizations In China"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*




  Other China News

ChinaTechNews.com:

Chinese Smartphone Foes Head For America

Le Sports Appoints CTO While Adding Sports Video Business

GoDaddy Seeks Chinese Domain Name Buyers

Is Shanda Destined To Be Ku6.com's Public Exit?


GreenChinaTech:

American Electric Car Manufacturer To Build In China

U.S. Clean Water Company Makes Chinese Inroads

GE Will Promote Wind Power Through New Chinese Education Center

Hong Kong Now Requires Ships To Use Cleaner Fuel


ChinaSourcingNews.com:

Tesla CEO Aims To Build Electric Cars In China

Intel Establishes Chip JV With Two Chinese Partners

Haier To Acquire GE's Home Appliances Business For USD5.4 Billion

Japanese Electric Car Battery Factory Headed For Dalian