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A More Sustainable Way to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

How UPS, TerraCycle and Nestlé are changing the way we consume goods.
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Tom Szaky | TerraCycle
Walter Peterson | Nestlé

Colombian Coffee Growers Federation, Howard G. Buffett Foundation and Nespresso Unite to Revive Coffee Farming in El Rosario, Nariño

Pilot program supports coffee farmers in region impacted by illicit drug production
Press Release

May 29, 2019 /3BL Media/ - The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC), the Howard G. Buffett Foundation and Nespresso today announced a pilot program to help revitalize coffee production in the municipality of El Rosario, in the Nariño Department of Colombia.

Nestlé Makes Its Human Rights Training Available to All

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May 14, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Nestlé today made its human rights training for employees available to all. Companies and others will be able to use the training module and adapt it to meet their own needs.

Human rights is one of the most fundamental and important issues in business. Nestlé has embedded respect for human rights in its Corporate Business Principles and in 17 additional policies globally.

Nespresso Launches ‘Reviving Origins’ to Bring Back Lost Coffees

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, May 8, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Nespresso announced the launch of Reviving Origins, a new programme to restore coffee farming in regions where it is under threat. Through its AAA Sustainable Quality™ Program, Nespresso is working with farmers in regions that have been blighted by conflicts, economic hardships or environmental disasters.

Nestlé Verifies Three-Quarters of Its Supply Chain as Deforestation-Free

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April 30, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Nestlé today announced that 77% of its agricultural commodities are verified as deforestation-free. This is a key milestone in the company’s efforts to achieve its zero-deforestation commitment.

Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Names Nestlé Waters North America as 2019 Design for Recycling Award Winner

Nestlé® Pure Life® bottle is only major nationally distributed bottled water made using 100 percent recycled plastic
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LOS ANGELES, April 11, 2019 /3BL Media/ – In recognition of its innovative use of recycled plastic, and its product design centered on recycling, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) names Nestlé Waters North America as its 2019 Design for Recycling® (DFR) Award winner. The DFR Award is ISRI’s most prestigious award given annually to the most innovative contribution to products designed with recycling in mind.

Major Food Brands Back a Price on Carbon, Raising the Bar for Policy Leadership

EDF statement from Tom Murray, Vice President, EDF+Business
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WASHINGTON, April 10, 2019 /3BL Media/ - The Sustainable Food Policy Alliance (SFPA), which includes Danone North America; Mars, Incorporated; Nestlé USA; and Unilever United States, today released a set of climate policy principles to accelerate and guide the development of federal climate legislation. 

Nespresso Invites Companies to Join Its Aluminium Recycling Scheme

Press Release

Nespresso today issued an invitation to other portioned coffee manufacturers to join its recycling program, paving the way for a global recycling scheme for aluminium coffee capsules. The move was endorsed by the Nespresso Sustainability Advisory Board (NSAB) during its annual meeting in Geneva.

Ensuring Business Growth and Positively Contributing to Society

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March 21, 2019 - Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage company.  With over 2000 brands, Nestlé products are sold across 190 countries and range from global icons to local favorites.

Creating Shared Value is fundamental to how Nestlé does business.  The company believes that in order to be successful in the long term, it must create value for both shareholders and for society.  This means creating superior, long-term value for shareholders by offering products and services that help people improve their nutrition, health and wellness.

Forests, Cocoa and Farmers - Getting the Balance Right

By Darrell High, Head of Nestlé Cocoa Plan
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The world needs forests. They are vital to maintain biodiversity and to help combat climate change.

At the same time, forests have suffered since the invention of the plough, as people have cut them down to plant crops for food and cash. The bulldozer just made things worse.

Over 70% of the world’s cocoa comes from Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana, and deforestation has wreaked havoc. Only 17% of the original forest remains in Côte d’Ivoire, while only fragments of the once magnificent Guinean forest can still be found.

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