Nestle Sa ADR (NSRGY)
$118.24 1.45 (1.24%)
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Market Cap 362.17B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 379,200
Day's Range 117.08 - 118.24
52-Week Range 88.00 - 122.63
Dividend & Yield 2.12 (1.79%)
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From Seeking Alpha
The EU is set to vote Tuesday on the labeling of products like "veggie burger" and "veggie sausage," as well as "yogurt-style" and "cheese-like" for plant-based alternatives to dairy products.Farming and meat lobbyists say the terms mislead people and amount to a "cultural hijacking" of the meat industry, while major food companies, including Unilever (NYSE:UL) and Nestle (OTCPK:NSRGY), say the claims are ridiculous and contradict the bloc's drive to help consumers choose more sustainable food.Observers say the result could go either way.
From Seeking Alpha
The dealmaking goes on out of Switzerland for Nestle (OTCPK:NSRGY) with the company taking bids for North American water brands like Pure Life, Deer Park, Ozarka, Ice Mountain, Arrowhead and Poland Spring, according to Reuters.The sales are part of a broad strategy to shed slow-growth businesses.Sources think the deals could bring in around $5B for the company.