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Within a few months of establishing his company, Henri began to sell his products in many European countries. In the initial years, Henri restructured the organization to facilitate research, improve product quality, and develop new products. In 1875, Daniel Peter, Henri's friend and neighbor, developed milk chocolate.
The end of the World War II marked the beginning of a new phase of growth for Nestle. The company added many new products. In its effort to expand its operations further, Nestle merged or acquired several companies. In 1947, Nestle expanded into culinary products by merging with Alimentana, a Swiss company that produced and sold Maggi soups, spices and other food products in many countries...
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