NESCAFÉ in Society

Jul 19, 2016

Launched 78 years ago, NESCAFÉ is one of the world’s most popular coffee brands. More than 5,500 cups of NESCAFÉ instant coffee are consumed every second with different varieties catering to different tastes and preferences around the globe.

Through the NESCAFÉ Plan launched in 2010, NESCAFÉ has made significant progress in addressing the question of sustainable coffee by tackling responsible farming, sourcing, manufacturing and consumption across its coffee supply chain.

In the UK, NESCAFÉ and NESCAFÉ Café Menu products are made at Nestlé factories in Tutbury and Dalston, Cumbria. Nestlé sources milk for its NESCAFÉ Café Menu products through First Milk farms in Cumbria. As part of the Milk Plan, Nestlé trains all its dairy farmers in budgeting and lean farming methods and works with them to improve sustainability of their farms.

As part of the Youth Employment Initiative since 2013, the NESCAFÉ factories in Tutbury and Dalston have offered more than 150 employment opportunities to young people to help them enter the world of work and equip them with the skills they need to succeed.

These are just a few of the many ways NESCAFÉ helps create shared value in society which can be seen through the people who make the product, the way its ingredients are sourced, and even the way its factories are powered.

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