Nestlé invests in gluten-free New Zealand


Friday, 03 March, 2017

Nestlé invests in gluten-free New Zealand

Recognising the continuing demand for gluten-free products in Australia and New Zealand, Nestlé has just opened a new, dedicated gluten-free facility in Cambria Park, South Auckland.

The factory will produce gluten-free products in the Maggi range as well as Nestlé Docello — dessert mixtures used in professional food service.

It is anticipated that the site will generate $60 million in exports annually.

The controlled production opening plant was officiated by NZ Prime Minister Bill English.

“Our international research and development program now allow us to create high-quality gluten-free products that taste great and maintain texture. Gluten-free no longer means compromise,” said Veronique Cremades, Nestlé New Zealand CEO.

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