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Nestle food giant stepped forward to wards the commitment to launch health mission to make their products healthier

“A healthy lifestyle not only changes your body, it changes your mind, your attitude and your mood” insanely very true it seems that from making profits firms have taken the agenda of health seriously and started working on it keeping the health perspective on mind coz its their benefit if the people will be healthy then only the conssumers ill be able to buy products, no consumers, no sellers, no market and no profits.

After the last year big scam of maggi they understood the concept that “HEALTH IS LIKE MONEY WE NEVER NOE TRUE IDEA OF ITS VALUE UNTIL WE LOSE IT” the worlds huge food venture nestle had bare a great loss they got a second life saving chance so decided to make Health freak products.

company had laid emphaisis on the ingredients like sugar, salt and sodium should be deducted from the reciepe which may adversely effect the health of the consumer and following the commitment made last year to make healthier product they have stepped in forward by reducing salt and sodium content in its Maggi noodles, cutting sugar by about 10% in KitKat chocolate and dairy products, and stepping up portion control in Munch chocolates.They will extend its ‘health drive’ to other product categories as well: For dairy items such as yoghurt and infant cereal Cerelac,  will now make low-sugar and low-salt variants.

A spokesperson for the foods giant in India said.
“choices for balanced diets and active lifestyles”,“We are working to improve the nutrient profile of our products, and proactively reducing sodium, salt, sugar, saturated fats and trans-fats across relevant product categories through ongoing product reformulations,” she said.

they acknowledge to introduce nutritious products, step up food fortification, remove artificial colours,reduce sugars, sodium, saturated fats and trans-fats, restrict marketing to children, step up nutrition data on packs at points of sale and online, and disseminate information on portion control.

Edelweiss Securities wrote “Nestle is transforming from a bottom line focussed company to one which also lays emphasis on healthy top line growth and market share gains, with focus on innovation and brand equity” as per The Indian unit reported a decline of 8.66% in net profit to Rs 167.3 crore in the December quarter, the fall paced by demonetisation.

Nestle India managing director Suresh Narayanan told analysts during a post-earnings call last month that 2017 was likely to be good for the company but Now, innovation has been stepped up in a meaningful way as many matrices such as premiumisation, urbanisation, dual working families and health indulgence are favourable,” By 2020, the company proposes to provide detailed product nutrition facts on its packs and eretailer sites.On the Maggi franchise the company has fortified seasoning with iron and iodine.“We are providing consumers with nutrition information on food labels, guidance on daily intake for energy and key nutrients and portion guidance”. A statement on the Nestle website says the company will gradually increase guidance on portions through products, packs and dispensers.

The doctor of future will no longer treat the human frame with the drugs but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition as the people today more concentrated on the shape of their body, because nutrition is far more responsible for creating your shape and your health than you ever could have imagined.

The company said that by 2016-end, it had reduced added sugar by 8% and sodium by 10.5% in its foods and beverages.


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