Nestle has blowout quarter as restaurants start reopening


The 7.7% adjusted sales increase in the first quarter is the fastest in a decade, according to Sanford C Bernstein.

ZURICH: Nestle SA sales grew more than twice the rate analysts expected as the Swiss food giant sold more Nespresso capsules to people working from home while restaurants stocked up as they started reopening.

The 7.7% adjusted sales increase in the first quarter is the fastest in a decade, according to Sanford C Bernstein. That sets Mark Schneider up to reach his long-term goal of annual mid-single digit growth four years after he became chief executive officer. The stock rose as much as 2.9% to a record.

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