Cox told CNBC that the recall of Maggi's noodles in India, will have a "legacy impact", especially as it's a food that used to feed infants and toddlers in India.
"There will always be a legacy impact. It will take many years for people to forget there was some sort of issue. That will always happen with any sort of product recall."
"Of course, I'm sure there will be a strong advertising campaign to say 'There's nothing wrong with our noodles' - there probably wasn't in the first place. Relatively (expect) a stability in the overall sales in India, however I can imagine quite a few mothers won't be going back to Maggi noodles anytime soon, because of that product recall."
Cox went on to add that when looking at the local currency and organic developments at Nestle, it was a "fantastic set of figures today."
However, there are "pretty fierce currency headwinds" for Nestle, especially with the Swiss central bank letting the Euro peg break earlier this year. Cox added that Nestle should feel this impact for the rest of the year.
Nestle stock trades at around 21 times 12-month forward earnings, roughly in line with rivals Danone and Unilever , according to StarMine, which weights analysts' estimates by their previous track record.
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