Oct 07, 2019
Nestlé’s Tutbury coffee factory, located in the village of Hatton, South Derbyshire, has long been known to locals and those in the know as the home of Nescafé and the birthplace of Nescafé Dolce Gusto. Now the vast complex, a Nestlé global ‘Centre of Excellence’ for coffee has a new reason to celebrate, its welcomed Starbucks to its prestigious line up of expertly crafted coffee. Since the start of this year, the Nescafé Dolce Gusto lines have been producing classic Starbucks favourites like the House Blend Americano, the iconic Starbucks Cappuccino and the much-loved Starbucks Caramel Macchiato. It’s all part of the deal giving Nestlé the perpetual rights to produce and market Starbucks coffee and tea products around the world (outside of Starbucks coffee houses and excluding Ready-to-Drink products) – and the expert team at Tutbury have been vital in bringing Starbucks into the home.
Oct 04, 2019
The Chief Executive for Nestlé UK & Ireland and the Vice President for Nestlé Cereals welcomed the local MP at the Cereal Partner's factory near Trowbridge in Wiltshire. CEO Stefano Agostini met MP for Chippenham Michelle Donelan at the factory which makes Shredded Wheat and Shreddies.
Oct 02, 2019
Join more than 8,000 people here in the UK and Ireland who look after more than 80 brands in factories, offices and homes across the country. You can expect a flexible, inclusive and welcoming work environment with expansive career opportunities that could see you develop new skills, try new things and work with people and brands that stretch around the world. This week we are on the lookout for a Line Performance Engineers!
Oct 01, 2019
Nestlé’s KitKat takes centre stage in the first episode of Snackmasters, a new four-part series on Channel 4 that will see popular maître d’ and First Dates host, Fred Sirieix, challenging top UK chefs to work out the secret techniques and recipes behind some of Britain's best-loved snacks.
Sep 26, 2019
It’s UK Recycle Week, a nationwide consumer campaign which aims to increase awareness of all things recycling. Here at Nestlé we are supporting the campaign because we feel passionately about recycling, and increasing rates is vital if we are going to create a viable circular economy. That means an economy where we design out waste and pollution, keep products and materials in use (through recycling and re-using) and regenerating our natural systems. To learn more about the Circular Economy we recommend checking out the handy guide from the Ellen McArthur Foundation. Here are a few ways we are making it easier to recycle and reduce waste.