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Brazil orders Nestlé to label GM products

Brazil orders Nestlé to label GM products

By Rod Addy

A court in Brazil has ordered Nestlé to impose mandatory labelling for all its products in the country highlighting more than 1% genetically modified (GM) ingredients.

Nestlé posts 7.1% confectionery growth in Q1

Nestlé posts 7.1% confectionery growth in Q1

By Oliver Nieburg

Nestlé has recorded 7.1% growth for its confectionery business in its first quarter (Q1) results released today driven by emerging chocolate markets such as Latin America and Asia.

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Eco friendly methane trucks optimise supply chain for Nestle

Special Edition: Sustainable Supply Chain

Eco friendly methane trucks optimise supply chain for Nestle

By Oliver Nieburg

Nestle UK has scooped an award for its use of methane trucks that has reduced CO2 emissions by 14% compared to diesel trucks with further potential to slash emissions in half.

Nestlé notes double-digit growth in emerging countries

Nestlé performance in Europe surprises analysts

By Jane Byrne

Nestlé’s sales for the nine months to the end of September rose 7.3% to reach CHF60.89bn (€49.24bn), slightly short of expectations, but its positive European performance blindsided analysts.

Nestlé gets the green light for UK expansion

Nestlé gets the green light for UK expansion

By Michelle Knott

Nestlé’s scheme to expand operations at its Product Technology Centre in York cleared the final hurdle last week at a planning meeting of City of York Council.

Nestle's take two on probiotic curd market in India

Nestle's take two on probiotic curd market in India

By Ankush Chibber

In an attempt to rebrand its pitch to Indian customers who are yet to transition towards healthier food products, Nestle India Ltd has phased out its existing probiotic dahi (curd) product in India for a new brand.

Nestlé pays out €1.2bn for a majority stake in Hsu Fu Chi

Nestlé pays out €1.2bn for a majority stake in Hsu Fu Chi

By Jane Byrne

Nestlé has paid out bought €1.2bn for a majority stake in leading Chinese confectionery maker Hsu Fu Chi, with the Swiss group flagging up access to extensive production capabilities and a major distribution network as its wins.

Nestlé to expand York R&D centre

Nestlé to expand York R&D centre

By Graham Holter

Nestlé has revealed to FoodManufacture.co.uk that it is planning a significant extension to its confectionery and biscuit product technology centre (PTC) in York.

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Nestlé UK may be tempted to stay in Croydon

By Graham Holter

Nestlé UK may keep its headquarters in Croydon, despite reissuing a warning that it is "reviewing other options" outside the London borough in a bid to escape its dilapidated site by 2014.

Special Edition: Food Factory Careers

Nestlé reveals strategy to plug engineering skills gap

By Jane Byrne

A lack of engineering graduates has created a challenge for the food manufacturing sector in terms of vacancy filling or expansion projects and we spoke to the head of HR at Nestlé to hear about the food giant’s strategies to remedy the deficit.

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