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Nestlé Sponsors Research Into The Diabetes Problem In India

November 16, 2010: 08:39 AM EST

Nestlé India has contracted with the New Delhi-based National Diabetes, Obesity and Cholesterol (NDOC) Foundation to study diabetes trends and patterns in the country, which has more than 50 million diabetics (18 percent of the population). The move comes just two months after parent company Nestlé SA said it plans to establish a business unit to research and develop personalized nutrition products targeted at prevention and treatment of diabetes. NDOC President Anoop Misra will supervise the research. According to Misra, the research will focus on increasing consumer awareness of dietary changes needed to prevent and manage diabetes and on “the disease in the Indian landscape.”

"Nestle plans diabetes research unit in India", Financial Express, November 16, 2010, © The Indian Express Limited
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