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  • Apr 17, 2014

    Children who cook eat more greens, Nestlé study reveals

    adult prepares salad with a child

    Children who help to prepare their own meals eat significantly more vegetables than those who are not involved in cooking, a Nestlé studyi published in the journal Appetite suggests.

    The research, carried out by the Nestlé Research Center in Lausanne, compared what children chose to eat when they helped cook their own meal with what they consumed when they did not.

    “We found that children who were in the kitchen, cooking with a parent, ate more overall of their meal, and a significantly larger amount of vegetables,” said nutritionist Dr Klazine van der Horst, who led the team of scientists who carried out the study.

    Read the full story

  • Apr 16, 2014

    Five things you didn’t know about covering things in chocolate

    At Easter, our minds turn to one thing – chocolate. But have you ever wondered how they actually get that smooth layer of chocolate on your truffle? Here are five things you didn’t know about the fine art of covering things in chocolate:

    1. In the food industry, coating something in chocolate is called enrobing;
    2. The basic technology to enrobe products – which can include fondants, toffees, jellies, biscuits and ice-creams – with chocolate was invented over 100 years ago;
    3. It takes a lot to get that glossy, shiny chocolate surface. The process includes blowing air over the chocolate-covered foods to remove excess chocolate and then vibrating them to remove ripples caused by the air stream;
    4. Covering foods in chocolate can actually make them last longer – especially those likely to dry out or absorb water;
    5. Enrobing foods in chocolate can help delicate foods, like ice-cream, keep their shape.

  • Apr 15, 2014

    2014 First-quarter sales: 4.2% organic growth, full-year outlook confirmed

    Nestlé headquarters, Vevey Switzerland

    Nestlé reports sales of CHF 20.8 billion, organic growth of 4.2% and real internal growth of 2.6%. Growth in developed markets was 0.6% and in emerging markets 8.5%.

    Paul Bulcke, Nestlé CEO: "Our organic growth in the first months of the year was in line with expectations and driven by volume rather than price. The continued roll-out of new products, along with good execution, sustained this growth in difficult market conditions. We will keep up the pace of innovation, while further strengthening support for our brands. We confirm our outlook for the full year: performance weighted to the second half, outperforming the market, with organic growth around 5% and improvements in margins, underlying earnings per share in constant currencies and capital efficiency. We expect the continued strengthening of the Swiss Franc to have a negative impact on reported sales."

    Read the press release in English (pdf, 74 Kb), French (pdf, 77 Kb) and German (pdf, 74 Kb) and the investor call presentation slides (pdf, 817 Kb)

    Follow the on-demand investor call audio webcast hosted by Wan Ling Martello, Nestlé Chief Financial Officer.

  • Apr 14, 2014

    Iconic Milo brand celebrates its 80th anniversary

    Milo stand at Royal Easter Show Sidney 1934

    Milo, one of the most iconic Nestlé brands, is celebrating its 80th anniversary this Easter at its birthplace in Australia.

    Milo, the world’s leading chocolate malt beverage, can be prepared with hot or cold milk or water – though the debate surrounding the best way to prepare and enjoy the drink has been going almost as long as the product itself.

    Loved and trusted by parents and kids alike, today Milo products can be found in more than 40 countries around the world.

    Milo was invented in Australia during the depression in 1934 to help ensure that children received enough nutrients from their daily diet.

    A glass of Milo contains malt, milk and cocoa and is fortified with vitamins and minerals.

    To mark its anniversary, Milo will return to the place it was first launched – the Sydney Royal Easter Show. The original 1934 Milo exhibition stand will be re-created, complete with a visual journey following the Milo story and, of course, Milo for visitors to enjoy.

    Read more about the Milo brand.

  • Apr 11, 2014

    Statement concerning Nestlé Chairman

    The Nestlé Board of Directors was informed yesterday that Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Chairman of the Board, has been diagnosed with an illness which is curable but requires periodic medical treatment over the next six months.

    This does not affect Mr. Brabeck-Letmathe’s ability to carry out his role as Chairman of the Nestlé Board of Directors and he will continue to fully exercise his duties during the treatment period.

    Read the statement in French and German (pdf, 50 Kb).

  • Apr 10, 2014

    Nestlé's 147th Annual General Meeting

    Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne, Switzerland

    Our 147th Annual General Meeting took place in Beaulieu, Lausanne, Switzerland.

    Read the press release and watch the Chairman and CEO speeches.

    Find the report of the Board of Directors, voting instructions and related information in events.

    A selection of images from the event are available in our Flickr photostream


  • Apr 9, 2014

    First Nestlé milk product for lactose-intolerant children

    Nido Kinder Deslactosado

    Nestlé Mexico has launched the first Nestlé milk product for lactose-intolerant children between one and three years old.

    Nido Kinder Deslactosado is designed for the 5-6% of Mexican children under four years of age who are lactose-intolerant.

    According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, lactose intolerance is much more common among Hispanic, Asian and black children younger than five years.

    Around 20% of them are lactose-intolerant, while their white peers typically do not develop symptoms of lactose intolerance until after four or five years of age.

    Nestlé Mexico has a 110 million Peso (CHF 7,4 million) nutrition research programme which helped create Nido Kinder Deslactosado.

    Nestlé Nido has been offering a range of products made of instant dry whole milk fortified with vitamins and minerals for 70 years.

    Nido is one of Nestlé’s billionaire brands. An estimated 60 million glasses of Nido milk are consumed every day in 80 countries on four continents.

    Read the press release (in Spanish).

  • Apr 8, 2014

    Purina encourages US cat owners to check their pet’s weight

    In the US, more than 58% of pet cats – some 50 million – are overweight.

    Purina Cat Chow is inviting cat owners to see if their feline companion is among them by taking the Why Weight Pledge.

    It offers a series of simple online tools, including a healthy lifestyle quiz, to help owners assess their cat’s weight as well as practical solutions to ensure the pet reaches and remains at a healthy weight.

    Watch the video to learn how to find out if your cat is overweight in three simple steps.

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