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FRANCE: Nestle inaugurates water R&D centre

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Nestle has inaugurated its world R&D (research & development) centre for mineral water. The facility, called the Product Technology Centre for Water, was inaugurated yesterday (7 September) in Vittel, north-eastern France.

The centre has been operational since the end of last year, and cost €8m (US$10m) to build.

The unit is staffed by 13 scientists, 13 engineers, 40 technicians and 11 employees.


Sectors: Water

Companies: Nestle, Vittel

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