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In 1866, in Vevey, an infant food developed by Henri Nestlé saved the life of a baby unable to tolerate any other food. This episode marks the beginning of the Nestlé Company's history : today, the name Nestlé is associated with the future of hundreds of thousands of babies throughout the entire world the aim of this booklet is to show the reader how we see our role and to discuss the problems that we encounter in carrying out our activities / [Nestlé S.A].
About this work
[Vevey?] : Nestlé, [1977?]
24 pages : illustrations (color), portrait ; 25 cm.
The booklet deals with infant nutrition, largely in the Third World, and Nestlé's part in it
Includes a portrait of Henri Nestlé.
Copy 1 Supplier/Donor: Judith Grant, Finchley