Nestlé has invested in a new production line at its factory in Jamaica which makes Supligen, a milk-based meal supplement marketed as a sustained energy release drink for Caribbean consumers since the late 1970s.
The drink contains Actigen-E, a blend of complex vitamins, vitamin C and minerals, developed by Nestlé to 'optimise the release of energy for peak performance'.
The US$8m investment in the company’s Bybrook factory near the town of Linstead, Jamaica, will increase production and help make the product easier to refrigerate by producing it in a new, slim, aluminium can.
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