When a German pharmacist by the name of Henri Nestlé first developed Farine Lactée in 1867, a pioneering milk-based baby food de signed to help combat malnutrition and infant mortality, it set in motion an unlikely journey that would one day lead to the emergence of one of the greatest names in modern business.
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