Ecology and consumption, are not two opposing terms, Monoprix and Nestlé ensure

Ecology and consumption, are not two opposing terms, Monoprix and Nestlé ensure

Recognizing environmental issues, some brands in the agri-food industry are gradually rethinking their policies and products. Recently, the Nestlé group announced that it will, next month, stop integrating plastic straws into its products. For its part, Monoprix ceases the distribution of its paper catalogs. In order to act in favor of the environment, even in […]

Nestlé reorganizes infant nutrition business, announces changes to Executive Board

Nestlé reorganizes infant nutrition business, announces changes to Executive Board

The Nestlé Board of Directors has decided to change the organization of the infant nutrition business at Nestlé to enhance further the company’s ability to win in this high-growth category. Effective January 1, 2018, infant nutrition will move from the globally-managed Nestlé Nutrition to a regionally-managed business. The change does not apply to other Nestlé […]

Nestle workers threatens walk out: Britain might face cereal shortage

Nestle workers threatens walk out: Britain might face cereal shortage

UK is might hit with a cereal shortage after workers at the major Nestle production centre threatens walk out unless a sacked union leader gets his job back. The industrial facility that makes Shreddies, Cheerios and Shredded Wheat sacked Justin Beckett following a ‘minor altercation’ with a manager. The manufacturing operative, working with the company […]

Nestlé Pakistan crosses Rs 100 billion mark

Nestlé Pakistan crosses Rs 100 billion mark

Nestlé Pakistan crossed the Rs 100 billion mark in 2015, boosting its general income by 10.5% for the year that finished on December 31, 2015. In spite of pervasive socio-political circumstance of the nation and the energy crisis, Nestlé Pakistan has seen a general increment in its aggregate income by just about Rs 6.5 billion. […]

Court says Nestle can’t trademark four-finger KitKat shape

Court says Nestle can’t trademark four-finger KitKat shape

Nestle has lost a long-running court fight to trademark the four-finger state of its KitKat chocolate bar in Britain.  The sustenance giant initially attempted to enlist the trademark in 2010, however the application was challenged by adversary chocolate maker Cadbury U.K. Ltd. The case was beforehand released by different courts including the European Court of […]