Nestle expects to spend about $400 million over the next five years to increase dairy production in China. "This will transform how raw milk is produced and how dairy farms are managed and the consequence will be more milk and better milk," said an official with Nestle, which plans to create a farmer training center and expand capacity.
Nestle seizes dairy opportunity in China
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