Nestlé, the world’s largest food processing company, has unveiled a detailed roadmap of how it will contribute to fighting climate change.
The Roadmap, unveiled in an online press event with journalists from several countries, outlined how Nestlé will focus on supporting regenerative agriculture, making its products environmentally-friendly, and switching completely to renewable energy. This, the company says, will be done by redoubling efforts to combat climate change.
Nestlé has successfully achieved one of its set goals for 2020, by collecting and recycling over 100 tons of plastic waste in Cameroon, a goal which the company set as one of its contributions towards a cleaner and safer environment.
On the special day intended to celebrate man’s desire and assessing man’s efforts to conquer hunger through food security, Nestlé, announced that through its Nestlé Cares Programme, the company will offer food to help more than 700 underprivileged children in Cameroon and Gabon to enable them grow healthily.
Nestlé Cameroun, on October 1, celebrated the International Day of the Elderly, by communing with them in an event hosted at the Littoral Governor’s Office, where the senior citizens were drilled on how to eat healthily in order to strengthen their immune systems.
“I was young, hopeful and eager to learn. I had a narrow vision of where I could end up in my career, but Nestlé prepared me for much more than I expected,” said Abega-Oyouomi.
Nestlé has unveiled new actions and progress in shaping a waste-free future. The Company is engaged in a giant project, aimed at revolutionising the packaging of its projects, by making it 100 percent recyclable or reusable by the year 2025.
Mauricio Alarcon has been appointed new Chief Executive Officer, CEO, of Nestlé Central and West Africa Ltd.
BUEA, Cameroon- Nestlé has launched a new website which aims at educating and inspiring aspiring cooks and adventurous chefs in Central and West Africa, on how to prepare balanced African […]
By Andrew Nsoseka Nestlé, the world’s leading Multinational Corporation in the food and drinks sector, on September 12, inaugurated an ultramodern packaging research institute, first-of-its-kind in the food industry. [myAds] […]