Sweet! Nestlé commits to net zero emissions by 2050

One of its commitments include launching more products that have a better environmental footprint and contribute a balanced diet

Nestlé says YES! to recyclable paper wrappers

It is part of the global food giant’s commitment to ensure all its packaging is recyclable or reusable by 2025

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Nestlé supply chain ‘now 77% deforestation-free’

The firm has committed to ensuring none of its products are associated with the environmentally-damaging process by 2020

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Nestlé’s Smarties to go plastic free… sweet!

The food and drink giant aims to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025

Sweet! Nestlé opens new wind farm in Scotland

It will generate enough electricity to supply half of the annual power demands of its UK and Ireland operations

Nestle targets sweet and sustainable savings

The firm has announced a new sustainability target of making 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025

Sweet wind deal for Nestlé in the US

Nestlé has inked a deal to buy renewable energy from a wind farm in the US. The owner of brands such as KitKat and Milkybar said the 15-year agreement with EDP Renewables will provide around 80% of the electricity needs for five of its facilities in Pennsylvania. It is part of Nestlé’s aim to buy […]

‘Major food producers missing chance to cut climate risks’

Many of the world’s biggest food, beverage and tobacco firms are missing their chance to reduce climate risks. That’s according to a report from not-for-profit organisation Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). It showed some brands, such as Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s and Nestle, are tackling climate change. More than a third of the 97 companies it researched saw lower costs from implementing climate […]

Nestlé tastes sweet success with on-site AD plant

The owner of chocolates like Aero, KitKat and Smarties has generated savings worth £350,000 through its energy bills and incentives a year after installing a waste-to-energy plant. The facility at Nestlé’s Fawdon confectionery factory generates renewable energy by converting 200,000 litres of feedstock – such as wash waters from the site – every day. The […]

IKEA, H&M, Mars back 100% green energy pledge

Some of the world’s biggest brand names signed up to a campaign to encourage major businesses towards solely using green energy. The flatpackers IKEA, insurers Swiss Re, fashion brand H&M and food groups Mars and Nestlé are among the firms joining the RE100 campaign. Its stated goal is that “by 2020, 100 of the world’s […]