Swiss food and beverage giant Nestle is looking for new chocolate tasters for its factory in York, UK.
The firm has introduced what it has dubbed “sophisticated packaging” to boost sales of the white chocolate bar among older demographics.
According to Nestle, while the chocolate bar is normally associated with children, 60 per cent of total sales for individual Milkybars were to adults.
Consumer goods giant Unilever has managed to break Nestle’s ice cream monopoly on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, it has been reported.
Chocolate lovers have a new opportunity to learn about the history and processing of their favorite treat with the opening of Nestlé’s new Maison Cailler. At the chocolate center, visitors will learn the fascinating story of the Cailler product line by Nestlé, Switzerland’s oldest chocolate maker.
Workers at a UK factory which produces breakfast cereals for Nestle and General Mills have called off their strike action.
Analysts have placed Nestlé as the frontrunner to secure Polish confectioner E. Wedel from Kraft with final bids due by the third week in June.
Nestlé Dubai plant opens
Chocolate giant Nestle is eyeing continued growth in 2010 following stronger-than-anticipated figures for 2009. It has been reported that the Swiss firm posted full year profits of 10.4 billion Swiss francs (£6.2 billion). The firm, which makes brands including Kit Kat and Nescafe, saw growth across a number of sectors, with only bottled water posting a decline, with a sales… Read more »
Nestle will be rolling out a new product in Europe which aims to address the specific nutritional needs of the elderly population. Resource SeniorActiv will first be introduced in Switzerland later this year and if successful will be distributed in other European countries in the future. The food manufacturer has researched the most common deficiencies in older peoples’ diets and… Read more »
Nestle’s new center, R+D Santiago, will lead the research and development worldwide in biscuits and cereals snacks, and will focus on innovation and product renewal. This will bring together specialists from different areas as nutrition, technology, product development and quality control. The center will develop new technologies that will help further reduce levels of sugar and fat so that cookies… Read more »