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Nutricia Restates Quality and Safety Assurance

Nutricia Restates Quality and Safety Assurance with Extra Commitments


AUCKLAND, Thursday, 3rd October - Infant formula manufacturer Nutricia has restated its world-class commitment to quality, safety and transparent communication, with three extra commitments:

1. Extra controls on suppliers
2. Innovation to improve industry standards 3. Extra commitment to communication with parents and carers

These extra commitments enhance Nutricia's established quality and safety procedures of rigorous testing, state-of-the-art manufacturing, comprehensive sanitation and hygiene, quality & safety accreditations, and traceability.

Nutricia will open its doors this week to key stakeholders (Government, retail partners, healthcare professionals, not-for-profit organisations, consumers and the media) so that they can see what happens 'behind the tin' at Nutricia's Auckland manufacturing facility.

"We not only pride ourselves on our safety and quality standards, we are also willing to publically share our commitment to safety and quality by opening up the doors to our factory, laboratory and Careline centre at our Mount Wellington facility" Corine Tap, General Manager Nutricia Australia & New Zealand said.

Nutricia has also placed extra controls on its suppliers to ensure that the highest quality and safety standards are met. These standards will be maintained through Nutricia's continuing investment in products, services, safety and scientific innovations.

Nutricia has also promised an even higher level of connectivity and support to parents, with additional focus on broadening methods of contact to its Careline and answering questions around its focus on safety and quality.

"Our dedicated Careline team continues to offer expert advice from in-house dietitians, nutritionists and midwives, not only over the phone and by email, but also through new online channels like the KariCareline Facebook page. They provide a safe and secure environment for parents and carers to ask questions and seek advice," said Ms Tap.


To read more about Nutricia's additional safety and quality commitments, visit http://announcements.nutricia.co.nz/20130918-infograph.html. To contact the Careline phone 0800 258 268 (NZ) or visit our new KariCareline Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/KariCarelineANZ

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