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New Malaysian Factory To Produce Popular Ready-To-Drink Breakfasts

October 26, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Nestlé announced the opening of its eighth factory in Malaysia, pushing its total capital investment in the country to $343 million over the last seven years. The new Sri Muda Factory will produce ready-to-drink products, including Milo, Nescafé, and Nestlé Omega Plus, to meet a growing demand for such products domestically and overseas. Nestlé Malaysia’s capital expenditure on manufacturing and distribution capabilities includes about $66 million on the Sri Muda Factory. Milo Nutri G combines the original chocolate and malt ingredients with whole grains to make a “breakfast-on-the-go” packaged in recyclable PET (polyethylene terephthalate) bottles.
Shah Alam, "Nestlé Positive on Prospects in Malaysia", News release, Nestlé, October 26, 2015, © Nestlé
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