Nestlé resumed chocolate production in Argentina after 20 years



RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Food and beverage maker Nestlé has resumed chocolate production in Argentina after 20 years, and to that end has worked with local suppliers to add value to the whole of the company’s production chain in the country.

“For the launch of Nestlé Maní in Argentina, the company worked together with a co-manufacturer, who manufactures the product. This agreement is part of the company’s commitment to continue to develop local suppliers, stimulate domestic production and add value to the entire production chain. “said Natalia Silva, executive director of Nestlé for the chocolate business.

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