To reach health-focused consumers, Nestle adjusts chocolate recipe

The food company is making a few changes to the way it crafts a few of its key products. Here’s how—and what candy-loving consumers should note.

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As government agencies worldwide work to combat obesity, Nestle execs are trying to get ahead of the curve and adjusting some of it products.

The global food giant has announced a way to reduce the amount of sugar in its chocolate products—while retaining sweetness. Nestle says it has a process that will alter sugar’s composition to make it sweeter in smaller amounts.

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The company’s chief technology officer, Stefan Catsicas, stopped short of telling media outlets how the process will work, but he did offer the following statement to

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