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Nestlé’s Expansion Of Pizza Factory In Germany Reflects Deeper Investment In Frozen Foods

August 20, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Nestlé announced it has expanded the production capacity of a factory in Nonnweiler, Germany, that makes reduced fat, whole grain, lactose-free and organic brands of frozen pizzas for the European market. The €50 million ($67 million) extension to its Wagner factory, which created 50 new jobs, is part of a strategy to strengthen its expertise in frozen and chilled foods. Brands produced at the Wagner plant include Big Pizza, Piccolinis and Die Backfrische. The company recently announced it would spend about $53 million to expand global frozen foods R&D facilities in the United States.
"Nestlé inaugurates EUR 50 million pizza factory in Germany", News release, Nestlé, August 20, 2013, © Nestlé
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