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Nestlé holds steady in sub-Saharan Africa despite Covid-19

Nestlé holds steady in sub-Saharan Africa despite Covid-19

In addition to focusing its efforts on continuing production, the global food giant is helping to combat the coronavirus via its contribution of $3.4m in funds for Central and West Africa and nearly $1m for Southern and East Africa.

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            ▪ Nestlé holds steady in sub-Saharan Africa despite Covid-19

▪ In addition to focusing its efforts on continuing production, the global food giant is helping to combat the coronavirus via its contribution of $3.4m in funds for Central and West Africa and nearly $1m for Southern and East Africa.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/804465/nestle-maintient-le-cap-en-afrique-subsaharienne-malgre-le-covid-19/

21/05/2020 at 19h53, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 28/05/2020

In the first quarter of 2020, Nestlé’s sub-Saharan Africa division reported double-digit organic growth, supported by its Nido and Milo brands as well as coffee sales, a manager from the group told Jeune Afrique Business+.

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