Nestle, Bullish On Palforzia, To Buy Remainder Of Aimmune
Firm Will Create Food Allergy Subsidiary
Since Palforzia likely will be the only peanut allergy drug on market for some time, Nestle announces it will pay about $2.6bn to acquire the 80% of Aimmune it doesn’t own.
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