Global food giant Nestlé S.A. last week announced that it has ramped up its efforts towards reaching the company’s 2020 No Deforestation commitment by becoming the first global food company to implement Starling, a satellite-based service, to monitor 100 per cent of its global palm oil supply chains.
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Four months after ruby chocolate joined dark, milk and white as a type of natural chocolate, the first new entry for 80 years, it has been scooped up by chocolate giant Nestlé.
Nestlé announce Wan Ling Martello as new Executive Vice President in charge of Zone Asia, Oceania and Africa
20 April 2015 | By Victoria White
Nestlé has announced that Wan Ling Martello has been appointed Executive Vice President in charge of Zone Asia, Oceania and Africa (AOA)...
8 April 2015 | By Victoria White
Nestlé has published the full version of the 2014 ‘Nestlé in society: Creating Shared Value and meeting our commitments' report...
2 September 2010 | By Nestlé S.A.
A book on the Nestlé Chairman and former CEO, entitled "Peter Brabeck-Letmathe and Nestlé – a portrait. Creating Shared Value”, was released today.
31 August 2010 | By Nestlé
Nestlé has launched the Nescafé Plan in Mexico City, bringing together Nestlé's commitments on coffee farming, production and consumption.
30 June 2010 | By José Lopez, Executive Vice President, Nestlé S.A for Operations & Global Business Excellence
As the world’s leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness company (CHF 110 billion sales in 2008), Nestlé recognises that for its business to be successful and sustainable in the long term, it must create value for its shareholders and for society. With this, we need to move beyond more ‘generic’ principles…
3 May 2005 | By Maggie Duke, QA Advisor and Expert in Hygienic Engineering and GMP, Nestle S.A
During the last 25 years, there has been a steady evolution in the way the food industry organised itself to ensure delivery of safe and consistent quality food to the consumer. In the late 1970s, it was still common to see extensive laboratories in factories with large numbers of people…