The candy-coated image of chocolate bars and strawberry- flavored milk is quickly fading as Nestlé builds a new emphasis on nutritional science. The global company has a network of nearly 30 research and development facilities, staffed by more than 300 scientists, around the world. Five of the centers are here in the United States, including one in Solon, Ohio, where Nestlé-owned Stouffer's prepared foods is located. “You might see researchers working on a new Spa Cuisine product with whole ...

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