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Transcript of Nestle
Nestle is the world 's leading health, wellness and nutrition company.
Impact On Australian Economy
Good Food, Good Life
Creating Shared Value
Nestle is committed to providing care to people for:
Micro nutrient deficiencies
Nestle is determined to address a global water crisis:
- 2/3 water is for agriculture
- 2030: 50% water demand increase
- Water is a scarcity for billions
Producing agricultural raw materials is becoming very difficult due to global population increase.
Nestle helps to enforce the protection of nature and scarce resources - for now and future generations.
Nestle ensures that
work from vendors
is followed by the
same principles and values
as ours, allowing consumers to trust how their ingredients and materials are sourced.
Nestle strives to comply with the laws and regulations wherever they operate. They recognise the responsibility to respect
Nestle sources raw materials
More than 10,000 products, with 500 factories in 80 countries.
Country influences what foods and drinks consumers have.
"Food is a local matter"
Money from products:
Money from the world:
Nestle has been in Australia for almost 100 years
Nestles Oceanic Headquarters is based in Australia.
Nestle employs 5,700 workers across the Oceanic Region.
Business Influence - Global Spread
Nestle has existed for around 140 years and it went from being a single factory in Europe to one of the biggest household brand names in the world.
Over the years Nestle has bought out:
L'Oreal, Jenny Craig & Alcon to expand around the world!
Product Packaging from
Reduces the cost of all packaging
Food for Third-World
Convert Rainwater to
Helps to reduce water scarcity
Helps towards agriculture
Nestle becomes more known to the wider community
Increases the survival rate
History of Nestle
Impact Of Nestle Around The World
The settling of Nestle in a lot of countries has helped boost the economy and create a better exports representation.
Nestle's ‘aggressive’ attitude toward marketing their breast feeding supplements in third world Africa and Asia in the 1970's cause many babies to die as a result of the mixture of formula and dirty water.
1905 - 1918
Nestle started in 1867, Vevey, Switzerland
It was founded by
, a German pharmacist
Their was a battle between the Anglo-Swiss Milk Company
Merging and War
Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company
to form the
Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Milk Company.
WWI: huge demand of dairy products. By 1918, Nestle had 40 factories worldwide.
Nestle's Success Increases
Nestle became a major food industry with Europe, America and Australia:
Nestle became a major shareholder with
- major cosmetics manufacturer
Nestle buys a stock with
- pharmaceutical company
An Era of Health and Nutrition
Nestle boosts a range of nutritious, healthy food.
Nestle has over
brands. 5 main brands are:
eaten around the world. Perfect for a balanced diet.
Chocolate malt beverage with vitamins and minerals
Coffee brand that allows to make coffee easily.
Food brand that makes nutritious, delicious foods
Food service that provides delicious, yet extremely light food.
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Always produce the most nutritious dishes
Good Food, Good Life
Leading health, nutrition and wellness company