Nestlé is known to be the world’s largest food and beverage company. The global brand has over 2000 brands and some of their most well-known are KitKat, Maggie and Gerber. Nestlé has three ambitions:

Nestlé is the leading nutrition, health and wellness company. They understand their products need to be made in a caring and responsible way that create a positive impact for the future generations. To reduce the environmental impact, Nestlé is currently improving its:


  1. Packaging: Nestlé creates packaging that protects the products effectively. They are committed to reducing the weight of the packaging and these efforts have been ongoing since 1991. Over 500 million kg of packaging weight has been reduced to date.


  1. Recycling: Nestlé tries to use recycled materials whenever possible. They try to create innovative products with recycled materials to reduce the impact on their environment and better connect with their consumers.


  1. Product Labelling: Nestlé is committed to providing meaningful and verifiable environmental information about their products. The company utilizes many methods of communication to notify their consumers about their ways to solve environmental issues.


The company is known to be very transparent with their objectives and progress. The company made a goal in 2016 to further enhance their water policies and stewardship. Nestlé is currently involved with the 2030 Water Resource Group that addresses supply and demand issues in water stressed locations. This helps to bring more awareness about water supply issues and develop plans to solve the ongoing issues.


As the leading nutrition, health and wellness company, Nestlé understands the importance of protecting the future through sustainable actions. The Chief Executive Officer of Nestlé has made a personal commitment to ensure sustainability action is integrated throughout the company. To read more about Nestlé’s sustainability plan, please visit

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