Accera, a Colorado company that makes Axona milkshakes, which are prescribed for Alzheimer's patients, has sold a stake to Nestle, which now has a seat on its board. "The significance of this is not the size of the investment, but the fact that it is our first step in developing our brain health portfolio," said Luis Cantarell, president and chief executive of Nestle Health Science, a Nestle subsidiary formed last year.
Nestle buys stake in brain health milkshake maker
SmartBrief Job Listings for Food & Beverage
|Store sales: Japanese knives, kitchenware, or tableware for food professionals||
New York Mutual Trading (MTC Kitchen)
|New York, NY|
|Culinarians Wanted, Kitchen Management Training in NYC||
Hillstone Restaurant Group