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New Nestlé Factory In Germany Expected To Double Production Of HA Infant Formula

March 31, 2011: 08:58 PM EST
Nestlé Nutrition has opened a 23,000 square-meter factory in Biessenhofen, Germany, that will double production of hypoallergenic (HA) infant formula under brands such as Alete and Beba. Officially Nestlé supports breast feeding because breast milk is the “most nutritionally sound first food for babies,” but notes that its HA infant formula is clinically proven to significantly reduce the risk of allergic reactions to milk among babies who cannot breast feed. HA infant formula is based on 100 percent whey protein that is broken down to reduce the allergenicity of protein in cow’s milk. The new factory includes a 23 meter-high state-of-the-art “spray tower,” thermal insulation and a new cooling system that will promote efficient use of energy and water.
"Nestlé opens hypoallergenic infant formula factoryNestlé opens hypoallergenic infant formula factory in Germany in Germany", Press release, Nestlé, March 31, 2011, © Nestlé
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