Nestlé, the world's biggest food and drink manufacturer, has
announced a modest increase in Q1 profits after successfully
offsetting rising raw material costs with price increases across
the UK and Continental Europe, Tom Armitage...
Responding to consumer and legislative pressures, international
food firms are slicing artery-clogging trans fatty acids from their
formulations,FoodNavigator.com spoke with Nestle to find out
how the world's number one food...
Swiss food giant Nestlé has boosted its Romanian production
capacity with the installation of a new chocolate wafer production
line at its Timisoara-based unit, Joe. The investment reflects the
rapid growth of the Romanian snack market,...
The British arm of Nestlé has become the latest food producer to
revamp its nutrition labels, yet the country's food industry is on
rocky ground by entrenching its support for guideline daily amounts
against the government's...
Nestlé Ireland has angered local politicians and businessmen with
the decision to close its chocolate crumb manufacturing facility in
Mallow, a move which could have a devastating knock-on effect for
local partner, Dairygold. But...
Switzerland's Nestlé will have to sell its Brazilian chocolate
business Garoto, acquired in 2002, after the authorities there
ruled that the takeover would damage competition, proof that even
the world's biggest food company...
Dairy products remain an important growth driver for Swiss food and
beverages group Nestlé, despite the disposal of a number of assets
and poor weather conditions which affected sales during the first
half. But organic growth was...
Nestlé, the largest food and beverage company in the world, has
selected the Quadrem eMarketplace as the partner for its global
eRequisitioning programme, part of an enterprise-wide initiative
Nestle is implementing to standardise...