Nestlé is launching a milk product for adults, consisting of a unique combination of ingredients supporting the three pillars of mobility: bone health, muscle strength and joint functionality.
Fonterra and Nestlé are teaming up with DairyNZ to expand a promising plantain trial to help improve waterways and reduce on-farm greenhouse gas emissions.
This week promises to be one where people smack their heads and try to figure out what others are thinking. As in, doing things like the following: signing their company’s name to a letter where it basically asks the European Union to take out Amendment 171 in the Common Agricultural Policy Reform. This is the one ensuring that the words “milk”, “cheese”, “yoghurt”, “butter” or “whey” are used exclusively for products that contain dairy milk.
A letter signed by several multinational companies including Unilever and Nestlé asks that the European Parliament reconsider some of its premises, including current provisions ensuring the words “milk”, “cheese”, “yoghurt”, “butter” or “whey” are used exclusively for products that contain dairy milk.
Nestlé is expanding the use of augmented reality technology to provide remote support to its production and R&D sites and to connect with suppliers.
Fonterra farmers producing sustainable, high quality milk will be eligible for a new payment, as Fonterra announces important changes to the way it pays farmers for their milk.
SIG will fund breakthrough research at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, as part of a joint initiative with Nestlé, Logitech and other partners, to tackle environmental challenges associated with plastic waste.
Nestlé has launched a probiotic solution for lactating mothers, to help them reduce the risk of breast pain and mastitis during breastfeeding.