Swiss food giant Nestle plans to invest about EGP1 billion ($137.93 million) in Egypt in the next few years and believes economic reforms could deliver results, its regional CEO said on Monday.
Political and economic instability t
Nestlé has launched the nominations for the 2016 Nestlé Creating Shared Value Prize, which will award the winners up to 500,000 Swiss fracs ($525,000).
The investment could make a significant difference in helping to
As many as 56 Saudi Arabian students graduated from the Nestlé Centre of Excellence’s training programmes for 2013 and 2014.
About 40 per cent of the students, who graduated in five batches, were offered employment at
Nestlé has opened its first-ever confectionery plant in Egypt, an expansion to its existing dry goods factory and representing an investment of over EGP65 million ($9 million).
The inauguration of the new state-of-the-art c
Paediatrics and nutrition experts have come together to share the latest research at a symposium in Luxor today (January 23).
The two-day fifth Nestlé Nutrition Institute Middle East symposium themed “The First 1,000
Nestle hinted on Tuesday it was getting closer to disposing of bad brands and shaking up its portfolio to deal with businesses that have underperformed for too long.
The company's chief executive Paul Bulcke told investors Nes
Google has teamed up top food and beverage company Nestle to name the latest version of its Android mobile operating system ‘Android KitKat’, after Nestlé’s popular chocolate and wafer confectionery.
Ten Saudi women graduates completed a four-week skills development and alignment programme with the Nestle Centre of Excellence recently.
The graduates, in the fields of pharmacology, biology and chemistry, enrolled into the Nutri
The first batch of Saudi women university graduates completed the Nestlé Centre of Excellence programmes in Jeddah recently.
The four-week course, which started in March, comprised different training modules such as project
Nestle's first quarter sales growth undershot rival Danone's after some retailers in Asia cut inventories back to match poor demand, and the destruction of a key Middle East factory in Syria slowed supplies.