The world’s largest food company says it will spend at least $16 million on a coffee centre to develop its business in China.
International food giant, Nestlé has been caught in the horse-for-beef scandal just days after claiming its products were not contaminated with horse or other non-label meat products. In a statement released in Europe today, Neslté says “Our tests have found traces of horse DNA in two products.”
Nestlé New Zealand and Nestlé Australia announced today that all chocolate it produces in both countries is now independently certified to ensure it’s made with cocoa produced sustainably on farms with safe working conditions.
A new service that allows consumers full access to product data via iPhone has been announced by Nestlé Australia and barcode management agency GS1.
We should be very worried by the economic implications of the latest news from Wellington. Not the news that Europe is facing severe financial problems, or that China is investing far more money in Australia than it does in New Zealand.
Food industry insiders in Europe are talking up an impending takeover of Pfizer’s baby food operation by its fellow Swiss food conglomerate, Nestle.
International ice cream producer, Nestlé has announced a joint research project with the Swiss Institute of Snow and Avalanche Research in a push to improve ice cream quality. The aim is to better understand the dynamics of ice crystal formation.
The world’s most famous chain of coffee houses, Starbucks, is taking on the largest coffee producer, Nestlé, in battle for retail sales.
A legal challenge to international food company Nestlé has been filed in Maryland, against the company’s United States operation.
Nestle, one of the world’s biggest makers of pet food, said on Friday it had launched the first television commercial designed especially for dogs, using a high-frequency tone to grab their attention.
This week’s fuss over Australian television claims that Chinese vegetables are being shipped illicitly into Australia under cover of New Zealand brands, is a classic media beat-up.
A subsidiary of global food giant Nestlé says it is taking a minority stake in Vital Foods, a New Zealand company that specialises in developing kiwifruit-based “functional foods” solutions for gastrointestinal conditions.