RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Food and beverage manufacturer Nestlé resumed chocolate production in Argentina after 20 years, and to this end it worked together with local suppliers in order to add value to the company's entire production chain in the country.
"For the launching of Nestlé Maní in Argentina, the company worked jointly with a co-manufacturer, who produces the product. This agreement is part of the company's commitment to continue developing local suppliers, boosting domestic production and adding value to the entire production chain," Nestlé's executive director of the chocolate business Natalia Silva said.
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