The Swiss company Nestlé announced on 12 February that it plans to transform the buildings formerly belonging to Henri Nestlé into a public visitors centre in relation to its 150th anniversary.
The centre, which according to media in the country will cost 55 million francs, will be opened in 2016 when the company marks 150 years of its foundation. It will consist of a recreation and discovery area for families, consumers, employees and anyone interested in Nestlé.
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