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Beating NCDs: Why It’s Time to Count Nestlé In!

By Chavanne Hanson, Deputy Head of Global Public Affairs
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Today, the United Nations (UN) hosts a highly anticipated meeting to discuss progress and next steps on fighting chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart disease – otherwise known as non-communicable diseases, or NCDs.

We’re keen to play our part, and indeed both the UN and World Health Organization (WHO) recently called upon food and beverage companies like Nestlé to engage in the battle against such diseases.

WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros wrote: "We must use whatever partnerships are open to us, in whatever way we can, to achieve our goals… it’s the only way."

Striving for Zero: Nestlé Reinforces Efforts to Reduce Environmental Impact

In pursuit of achieving no environmental impact in its operations, Nestlé reaffirms #WeAreStillIn
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ARLINGTON, Va., September 26, 2018 /3BL Media/ - As global leaders from government, business, NGOs and the scientific community gather this week in New York to address the critical issue of climate change, Nestlé is reinforcing our ambition to strive for zero environmental impact in our operations while engaging in solution-driven dialogue.

Nestlé Employees Donate Backpacks Full of School Supplies to Local Elementary School

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Nestlé US employees recently spent some time putting together backpacks full of school supplies for a local elementary school.

To learn more about Nestlé's commitment to improving our communities, click here.

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LIVE Twitter Chat on #PeopleBehindPalmOil with Golden Agri-Resources on October 3rd, 2018

The Twitter Chat will occur on Wednesday, October 3, at 10am GMT / 1pm GST / 5pm SGT (5am EST).
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SINGAPORE, September 25, 2018 /3BL Media/ -- Be sure to join us for a LIVE 1-hour Twitter Chat with global palm oil company Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), Nestlé, WBCSD, and TriplePundit on #PeopleBehindPalmOil.

Nestlé Named UN Global Compact LEAD Company

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Nestlé has today again been recognized as one of the most engaged companies in the UN Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative.

Announced at UN Headquarters in New York at the start of the UN General Assembly week, Nestlé was reconfirmed as a Global Compact LEAD company.

Nestle Waters North America Supports California’s Day of Emergency Preparedness

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On Saturday, September 8th, Nestle Waters North America sponsored California’s Day of Preparedness in Sacramento, California.  The annual event,  hosted each year by California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES), is open to the public and regularly sees over 5,000 attendees.

Nespresso Revives Zimbabwe’s Coffee Production

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, September 7, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Nespresso announced today a long-term investment plan to revive Zimbabwe’s coffee industry and stimulate the rural economy.

The company will provide training and technical assistance to 400 smallholder coffee farmers over the next five years, with the goal of increasing the country’s production of quality sustainable coffee.

Simple Steps to Relieve Mealtime Stress

A dietitian’s tips for planning and prepping meals even the pickiest eaters will love
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By Carol Savage, MS, RDN Nutrition, Health, & Wellness Manager & dietitian at @NestleUSA

Nestlé Purina Has Built One of the Best Companies for LGBTQ Workers. Here’s How.

We work hard to guarantee all employees feel welcome and included at the office.
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By Laura Lee, Senior Manager of Digital Communications, Nestlé Purina

For three years now, the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ civil rights group in the U.S., has awarded Nestlé Purina with a perfect score on its Corporate Equality Index. The organization’s national benchmarking survey scores businesses on their corporate policies and practices relating to the LGBTQ community.

THIS IS OUR JOURNEY: From Pushcart Operator To Businessman

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Every year, thousands of young Nigerians enter the labour market, academic qualification in hand, and hope in their hearts.

This was the story of Mr. Wasiu Adeyeye, an educated young man, but that hope slowly faded, as it seemed the dream job was never going to come.

Then Wasiu was introduced to Nescafé’s My Own Business scheme by his old school friend and fellow coffee vendor Lekan Ajayi.

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