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  • completed a series of large deals with fellow Swiss group NestlĂ©, selling its Gerber baby food and medical nutrition businesses, while also agreeing to acquire the food giant's ophthalmology division
  • It rebuffed a takeover early in that decade from Nestle and after that began to slowly but steadily expand its global footprint with a few carefully chosen acquisitions of its own, including boxed chocolate
  • Adbrands Daily Update 28th Jan 2020: NestlĂ© is dipping a toe back into prescription medicines for the first time since offloading skin health division Galderma. It has agreed to acquire two gastro drugs,
  • Nestle finally took steps to protect its key global coffee franchise with a deal for fast-growing US firm Blue Bottle Coffee. The target company retails a wide variety of premium speciality coffee blends
  • Nestle is hoping to reinvigorate slowing sales of its Nespresso coffee system by wholesaling refill capsules for the first time to selected third-party retailers in its core market of Western Europe.
  • by Lipton, to counter Nestle's Special T system. But the key market sector is for iced tea, either instant granulated (marketed as Iced Tea Mix or Iced Tea To Go in the US in numerous different flavours)
  • to appear in American ads for the brand until owner Nestle agreed to support a coffee production programme in South Sudan. That finally came to fruition in 2015, prompting Clooney's first US campaigns
  • Cadbury Nestle Knorr Maggi Master Kong Yoplait (General Mills) Arawana (Wilmar) Danone Source: Euromonitor Billionaire Brands: Packaged Food Biggest Food Brands in 2017 by UK grocery
  • Quarterly results from Nestle and Unilever showed the importance of emerging markets in driving what little growth both groups are experiencing. On an organic basis, Nestle reported 0.8% growth from developed
  • week was completion of the transfer of the bulk of Nestle's global ice cream operations into newly created joint venture Froneri, formerly known as R&R Ice Cream Partners. The business is owned 50/50

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