Nestlé Health Science Makes a $43 Million Investment in A Manufacturing Facility
Nestlé Health Science announces a $43 million investment to upgrade its Eau Claire, Wisconsin, manufacturing site.
Nestlé Health Science announces a $43 million investment to upgrade its Eau Claire, Wisconsin, manufacturing site. Two new production lines will be added to enhance the production of ready-to-drink consumer goods in great demand. The factory makes a variety of medical nutrition products, including nutritional drinks and tube-feeding formulas. With this investment, Nestlé Health Science will expand and enhance our manufacturing facilities to better meet the needs of patients and consumers. The acquisition will create about 60 jobs in the neighborhood, including mechanics, engineers, and workers on the processing, packaging, and filling lines.
Eau Claire strives to have a
net positive impact on both people and the environment as a zero-waste-to-landfill facility. Ready-to-drink nutritional products will be created on the new production lines and packaged in Tetra Pak cartons from sustainably harvested materials. Additionally, the site is investing in water optimization, which will guarantee that by the end of 2023, more than 90% of all factory water usage will have been fully recovered. The U.S. Department of Energy's Better Plants initiative honored the plant in 2022 for exceeding its energy reduction target more than two years early. By 2025, Eau Claire and all other Nestlé Health Science facilities and sites will run entirely on renewable energy.
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