Nestlé Headquarters and Lake Geneva

Foods That Treat Diseases Could Be Nestle's Next Growth Catalyst

Nestle is currently in the research and development stage aimed at producing medical foods, a market segment it hopes could jumpstart its stagnant growth.

Brazil Is World's Leading Coffee Producer

Nestle Gets Coffee Beans From Blacklisted Plantations? Details Here!

Research center, DanWatch, who investigated Nestle and Jacobs Douwe Egberts, found that the coffee companies did not know all of the plantation names they're cultivating the beans from.

GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms)

Pepsi, Coca-Cola Secretly Fund Anti GMO-Labelling Movement

The country's largest food corporations are under fire for not divulging the ingredients in their products. They are also criticized for using too few healthy ingredients and too much glucose and financing a campaign against the government's food labelling initiative.

Nestle Recalls Toll House Cookie Dough Products Due To Sickness Cases

Nestle Canada Recalls Good Start 2 Formula

Infants, who have been consuming Good Start 2 concentrated formula from Nestle Canada Inc, might miss out key ingredients due to the mineral content of the product.


Nestle High-end Cailler Chocolate to Finally Hit U.S.

Global food company Nestle SA (NESN.VX) is expanding into the luxury chocolate market with a centuries-old Swiss chocolate brand that will be sold mainly online.

World's Largest Food Company Nestle Reports Stong Earnings

Nestle Coffee 2015 Goes NATURAL Bliss – Served By Unclothed NYC Baristas! [VIDEO]

In the latest bit of genius advertising from one of the biggest companies in the world, Nestle's coffee in 2015 is getting attention for their new brand, Coffee-Mate Natural Bliss, in the most interesting way possible: getting models and actors to perform as baristas without any clothes!

Ponteceso, A Coruna, Galicia, Spain. Farm of cows 'A Devesa' in the Langueiron farm one of the largest farms of Galicia with more than 300 cows. Milking machine.

Nestlé Introduces Zero Water Milk Factories

Nestlé started its first “zero water” plant last year in Mexico. This factory extracts all the water it needs from milk which are used to manufacture dairy products.


Nestle Launches Super Size Coffee Maker to Take on Keurig

Americans deserve a bigger cup of coffee -- don't you think?

South Sudan farmer

Food Companies Making Less of a Mess in Poorer Nations

Oxfam study shows that many food companies are looking to reduce their impact on poorer nations.


SKINNY COW's New Divine Chocolates

This week is American Chocolate Week. Chocolate is often associated with being high in calories, sugar and fats. SKINNY COW is allowing consumers to enjoy chocolate without worrying about excess calories.


Nestlé Releases Nutritional Goals Warns Food Company's About Water Scarcity

Nestlé has expressed its new nutritional goals. The company is aiming to reach these goals by 2020. Its goal oriented plans showcases how serious the company is about educating consumers about the proper portion sizes their children should be eating.


Nestle, Coca Cola Trying to Decrease Obesity

There are a few major companies hoping to decrease the percentage of obesity; one of them being Nestle. Nestle is the nation's leading chocolate company that has dedicated a part of their website to helping people lose weight and make a lifestyle change.


PepsiCo Stock on the Rise

PepsiCo is experiencing an increase in their stock ratings. The stock has generally increased over the past year due to the fact that it is heavily involved in the sales of snacks and soft drinks. As of today, the cost of the common stock is $75.93 and today's open was $75.55. Yesterday it closed at $75.77 and reached a high of $75.95 today.

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How Can You Reduce Your Exposure to Toxins?

How Can You Reduce Your Exposure to Toxins?

There are so many ways we can experience exposure to harmful poisons, and in many cases, we may not realize it's happening. From household cleaners and similar products to children's toys, there are often toxins and poisonous products and ingredients lurking in even the most unsuspecting of places.

Top 4 reasons why more and more athletes are turning vegan

Top 4 Reasons Why More and More Athletes are Turning Vegan

All pro level athletes know about the dedication needed to not just accomplish their goals, but to achieve even bigger targets in their lives. It's also a commonly known fact that fitness and exercise alone cannot get them there. Putting the right food into their bodies is equally important.

Five Vital Asian-Foods that you should must try

Five Vital Asian-Foods that you should must try

Asian nourishment all in all is substantially more sound than Western cooking. With the absence of dairy fat and added substances, alongside an emphasis on zingy season and crisp fixings, it's anything but difficult to discover solid alternatives on any Asian-propelled menu.

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Top Wedding Food Trends For 2020

Tired of the conventional three-course meals at wedding receptions? Want something different? Give the menu a twist with our trendy wedding food ideas.

Famous Ports in Scotland

Famous Ports in Scotland

The United Kingdom, which is considered one of the most interesting places in the world. Mainly due to the versatility of its existence and the Union of the countries involved in the empire.

Night Markets in Asia

Night Markets in Asia

Traveling to new cities is always an exciting adventure. One of the best ways to see a city and try local food is by visiting famous night markets. Night markets are always bustling and full of locals and foreigners trying the delights.

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