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  • Jun 23:

    Le Tour Comes To York


    By Alex Hutchinson, Nestlé UK Archivist & Historian

    We’re used to Grand Departs here at the York Nestlé factory. One statistic that we’ve turned up suggests that during the mid-20th century we had to find room in our cycle sheds for 8,000 employees bicycles at a time.

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  • Jun 20:

    Long-Lost Nestlé Film Collection


    By Alex Hutchinson, Nestlé UK Archivist & Historian

    I found a massive stash of long-lost films in a wall cavity in 2009 and I’m still rummaging through them. Read more...

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  • Jun 15:

    Finding Your Family In Our Company Records


    By Alex Hutchinson, Nestlé UK Archivist & Historian

    We’ve had a flurry of communication from family historians this year in the archive. It seems that 5.2 million of you tuned in to watch the ever-lovely Una Stubbs on the BBC history show Who Do You Think You Are?

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