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Angèle Prunier & Eloïse Perault

nestlé

  • The world's first food group
  • 89.8 billion of sales in 2020
  • 323,000 employees
  • 413 factories in 85 countries
  • More than 2,000 brands
  • 40 Research Centers
  • 5,000 employees in Research and Development

nestlé

Products


Science


Communication


Employees

nestlé

Products


Science


Communication


Employees

history

1860'

  • Begins in 1866

  • Condensed milk made from the abundant Swiss milk.


1870'

  • 1975 : Anglo-Swiss and Nestlé merged to create the Nestlé & Anglo-Swiss Milk Company.
  • Unsweetened condensed milk and sterilized milk.

1920'

The company's management became :
  • more professional
  • research was centralized
  • pioneering products such as Nescafé were born









  • 1929 : acquisition of Peter-Cailler-Kohler

1930'

1938 : Nescafé was launched

1940'

1947 : merged with the Swiss company Alimentana

1960'

  • Nestlé bought the German producer Jopa and the French factory Heudebert-Gervais
  • Nestlé then acquired the Findus brand
  • Nestlé bought the French yogurt manufacturer, Chambourcy

1970'

  • Nestlé launched the Sveltesse brand of yogurt
  • Acquiring the French brand Vittel
  • Acquiring the French group Perrier






From frozen food to pharmaceuticals :

  • 1974 : becoming a minority shareholder in the cosmetics giant L'Oréal
  • Acquired the American pharmaceutical manufacturer and eye care specialist, Alcon Laboratories.


1990'

  • Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, the new CEO
  • The Sustainable Agricultural Initiative at Nestlé (SAIN) was created
  • Nestlé acquired the licensing rights of the luxury producer Häagen-Dazs
  • The company acquired the frozen food producer Chef America for US$2.6 billion.


2000'

Create Shared Value :

2010'

  • 2011 : Nestlé Health Science and the Nestlé Institute of Health Science were established in Lausanne

  • First food company to work with the Fair Labor Association

  • Acquisition Wyeth Nutrition Group, formerly Pfizer Nutrition, for US$1.9 billion

conclusion