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Change in the Group Management of Bühler

Samuel Schär has assumed responsibilities as head of Service & Sales


Bühler’s Executive Board member Dieter Vögtli has passed away last Friday, June 5, due to a short but major illness. Dieter Vögtli headed the global Service & Sales (SAS) organization of the company and was previously responsible for Bühler’s business in Asia. “We lose a great entrepreneur, a ...


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Nestle To Rename Plant-based Burger As 'Sensational Burger' In Europe

Impossible Foods too close


Swiss food giant Nestle SA will change the name of its plant-based 'Incredible Burger' to 'Sensational Burger' in European markets after a Dutch court ruled that the company infringed on U.S.-based Impossible Foods' trademarks, according to reports. The District Court in the Hague reportedly said ...


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A world first: Grand Cru Absolu - an intense chocolate experience made from just two ingredients

It's a chocolate experience unlike any other


As a pioneer in grand cru chocolate in Switzerland, Sprüngli launched a world first: Grand Cru Absolu - an intense chocolate experience made from just two ingredients. Sprüngli uses Bolivian single-origin cacao beans and juice from the cacao fruit to handcraft dark chocolate truffles and ...


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Nestlé pilots reusable and refillable dispensers to reduce single-use packaging

Use of packaging-free systems for the sale of soluble coffee


Nestlé is piloting reusable and refillable dispensers for petcare and soluble coffee as part of its efforts to reduce single-use packaging. The in-store dispensers offer consumers a shopping experience that is free of single-use packaging, along with flexibility and variety of product ...


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Nestlé joins over 150 corporations to call for a net-zero recovery from COVID-19

From a grey to a green economy


Nestlé today joined over 150 major multinationals in urging governments around the world to align their COVID-19 economic aid and recovery efforts with the latest climate science. By signing this statement, supportive companies reaffirm their own science-based commitments to achieving net-zero ...


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Nespresso launches new capsules using 80% recycled aluminium

An important step towards circularity


Nespresso today announced the launch of the first coffee capsules made using 80% recycled aluminium. This is part of the company’s continued journey towards circularity, going further to minimize waste and maximize reuse of product materials. "We are constantly challenging ourselves to improve ...


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Nestlé and coalition call for Nutri-Score as EU standard

Nutri-Score helps people make good food choices


Nestlé and a wide range of stakeholders are calling for Nutri-Score to become the mandatory front-of-pack nutrition labeling system across the European Union (EU). The coalition includes consumer organizations, academics, Members of European Parliament and food industry players. The group has ...


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Nestlé launches nesQino to create healthy, customizable superfood drinks

100% natural ingredients


Nestlé has launched nesQino – a smart and simple solution that enables people to personalize healthy superfood drinks made from 100% natural ingredients, at home or in the office. First launched in China, nesQino comprises a silent, digitally connected Q-cup machine, superfood sachets, and three ...


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Nestlé benefits from hamster purchases - growth stronger than expected


The Swiss food company Nestlé benefited in the first quarter from hamster purchases in the wake of the corona pandemic. Growth in the first three months was higher than experts had expected. However, the rise in the Swiss franc completely eroded the gains on the balance sheet. In addition, the ...


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Platinum catalyst to keep fruit fresh

Yellow is the new brown


If different types of vegetables and fruits are stored together, they influence each other's ripening process. This is due to ethylene, which is emitted by some plant-based foodstuff and accelerates ripening. To prevent excessive food waste due to accelerated ripening Empa and ETH Zurich ...


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