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Nestle CEO Says Losing Appetite for Laggard Brands


, the world’s largest food maker, has less ability to hold onto underperforming brands as its focus shifts to more scientific businesses such as medical and skin health.

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Nestle Chief Executive said the company’s newer businesses, which include aesthetic dermatology products, were more complicated than food and therefore required greater investment, according to Reuters. As a result, Nestle has to cut off any “dead wood” brands.

Bulcke was speaking at an investor conference in Boston that was broadcast online. He also affirmed the company’s full-year outlook, which calls for organic sales growth of around 5 percent.