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New CEO to steer Nestle down unfamiliar path

Ulf Mark Schneider is expected to speed Nestle’s drive into health-oriented products when he becomes chief executive in January. ||| London - Switzerland's Nestle, the world's largest food company, wants to tune up your guts. Last weekend, it hosted global experts in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, for a three-day workshop on the intestinal microbiome to discuss how trillions of bacteria living in the digestive system can impact everything from obesity to depression.
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