Nutrition Publication

NNIW44 - Hazards for Children in the Food Chain

Editor(s): P.J. Aggett, H.A. Kuiper. vol. 44

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Introduction

Author(s): P.J. Aggett

In 1997, Nestle created the Nutrition Strategic Business Division (NSBD) inorder to centralise and enhance its specific competence in nutrition. Thus, fivedepartments compose this division. Infant and Child Nutrition covers normaland disease-related nutrition for this age group.