Frontline workers battling COVID-19 receive close to half a million serves of Nestlé food and beverage products, worth Rs. 15 million

28 March 2020 12:13 pm - 2     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Lieutenant General Shavendra Silva, Head of the National Operations Center for Prevention of COVID-19, Chief of Defence Staff and Commander of the Sri Lankan army, accepting Nestlé’s donation from Fabrice Cavallin, Managing Director of Nestlé Lanka. 

Sri Lankan workers at the frontline of battling the COVID-19 outbreak received close to half a million serves of food and beverage products from Nestlé, worth Rs. 15 million. The products were donated to the National Operations Center for Prevention of COVID-19 for distribution to medical workers, armed forces and others, in support of the critical work they do.  

“Now more than ever is the time to uphold our strong values as a company; to continue making a meaningful contribution and difference to society. We’re honoured to be able to nourish those who help keep us safe at this time” said Fabrice Cavallin, Nestlé Lanka’s Managing Director.    


  Comments - 2

  • Jayaseeli Christiansen Monday, 30 March 2020 12:59 AM

    This was a great gesture! I am proud to be an ex-Nestle employee.

    sacre blieu Monday, 30 March 2020 08:59 AM

    Is there any truth about a news item that claims the milk powder imported contains particles smaller than the micron size and contains nano particle size of plastics.

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