August 4, 2021

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Nestlé Waters targets positive water impact by regenerating local water cycles

Nestlé Waters will expand its current efforts to manage water sustainably and increase its collaboration with partners to identify and support local solutions. These solutions are designed to help regenerate the ecosystems in the areas around each of Nestlé Waters’ 48 sites. As of 2025, they will help nature retain more water than the business

Reading Bakery Systems hires a new Project Manager

One of the world’s leading manufacturers of snack production systems, Reading Bakery Systems (RBS) has announced the hiring of Daniel Garrison as Project Manager for the parts department. In his new role, Daniel will oversee all project-level orders, and serve as customer liaison and supervisor on retrofit, upgrade, and design projects. “We’re pleased to have

Nestlé expands its presence in the premium functional water segment

Nestlé USA, as part of its transformation of its global water business, acquired Essentia Water (“Essentia”), a premium functional water brand headquartered in Bothell, Washington. Essentia pioneered ionized alkaline water more than twenty years ago and is the leading brand in that space in the U.S. Essentia’s 2020 sales were USD 192 million. This transaction is part of Nestlé’s continued

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#Veganuary2021: Saying no to ‘food of animal origin’

Nestlé and Domino Pizza among the supporters of the initiative Seven years ago, the Veganuary initiative was launched in United Kingdom, it’s the proposal to try to spend the whole month of January without eating food of animal origin or at least meat, to make an active contribution to the fight against climate change through

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Southeast Asia embraces plant-based innovation

ProVeg Asia and World Animal Protection Launch Food Innovation Challenge ProVeg Asia will launch the Food Innovation Challenge across Southeast Asia, in partnership with World Animal Protection, as the region accelerates its support for plant-based innovation. The challenge, launching on 11 January 2021, aims to reduce the consumption of animal products to support global health,