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Delighting your tastebuds

In 1904, Nestlé started selling chocolate for the first time. But even before this landmark moment, the Nestlé company played an important role in the development of milk chocolate.

In 1875, Henri Nestlé supplied his Vevey neighbor, Daniel Peter, with concentrated milk, which Peter used to develop the world's first commercial milk chocolate. Then in 1929, Peter, Cailler, Kohler (Chocolats Suisses S.A.) merged with Nestlé Group to become one of the world’s largest chocolate producers.

Ever since, we've delighted people around the world with our range of chocolates, which today includes iconic brands such as KitKat and Smarties.

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Woman bites Les Recettes de l’Atelier
Woman bites Les Recettes de l’Atelier
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Sustainable packaging

We're making chocolates for the future.

For example, Smarties was the first global confectionary brand to move to more widely recyclable paper packaging in 2021. That's part of a bigger story: at Nestlé we're committed to help ensuring that our packaging is reduced, recyclable or reusable by 2025.

For KitKat, one way we’re doing that is through plant-based alternatives, including KitKat Vegan – crispy wafers coated in smooth chocolate. Also, we recently introduced the KitKat recyclable paper packaging as pilot test in a few markets.

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Explore our cocoa actions

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The Nestlé Cocoa Plan, along with Rainforest Alliance certification, allows us to take steps to address these social and environmental issues to create a sustainable cocoa supply chain.

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We launched a holistic approach to getting kids in school, accelerating farmer income and supporting families.

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Farmers educate us. We educate farmers. And, together, we help make a positive impact on the planet and on farm families.