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26 March 2019 | By New Food Magazine
Study is first to evaluate Canada’s biggest food and beverage companies based on their policies and commitments to sell healthier products.
6 March 2019 | By New Food
Company has stated that it is fully committed to achieving deforestation-free commodities by 2020.
7 February 2019 | By New Food
Backed by Nestlé, Bühler and Givaudan, it will include a Fellowship program to promote young scientists.
3 January 2019 | By Fabien Robert
The Nestlé Quality Assurance Center in Dublin, Ohio, USA, is regarded as setting industry standards when it comes to state-of-the-art facilities and sophistication. Here, Zone AMS NQAC head, Robert Fabien, tells New Food about the centre’s work and plans for the future
14 December 2018 | By New Food
This week’s recall roundup from the UK and North America includes under-processed food, incorrectly labelled food and sulphites.
7 December 2018 | By New Food
The Chairman of Nestlé UK and Ireland, Dame Fiona Kendrick has decided to step down after working at the company since 1980.
28 November 2018 | By New Food
The corporate communications director of Nestle has announced that the company is running out of places to stockpile frozen and chilled goods...
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Nestlé has promised an increase in recycled, recyclable and reusable plastics for use within the EU in order to cut waste from landfill sites...
29 August 2018 | By Mike Stones
The $7.15 billion deal covers Starbucks’ range of roast and ground coffee, whole beans and instant and portioned coffee.
13 July 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
At its launch, the Alliance said it would focus on pushing for progress in nutrition labelling and carbon emissions.
2 July 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
Taking a phased approach, Nestlé has said will actively work with supply chain partners and stakeholders to improve living conditions for chickens, ensure the use of more humane practices and to reduce stocking density.
12 April 2018 | By George Smith (New Food)
The Swiss firm has joined a growing list of companies and authorities who are making pledges to cut their reliance on single-use plastics.