Nestle India has ramped up production capacity to 70% but it needs permission to employ more workers. Most locations are only giving permission for 50% to 60% labour usage. Most FMCG companies have seen supply chains disrupted as India’s lockdown prompted them to temporarily halt manufacturing. The pandemic has spurred distinct consumer changes with consumers now stocking up on health as well as hygiene products. Nestle expects more consumers to buy in to the health, hygiene and nutrition categories and that is where established and reputed brands will be an asset.