Nestlé's move to Poland could be the first of many manufacturers moving to Eastern Europe, an industry expert said

Nestlé’s Poland move: ‘first of many Brexit transfers’

By Matt Atherton

Nestlé UK’s plan to move its Blue Riband production to Poland is “absolutely the tip of the Brexit iceberg”, representing the first in a long line of businesses considering relocation to eastern Europe, an industry expert has told this website.

Nestlé's 2016 results were ‘at the lower end of our expectations’ said ceo Mark Schneider

Nestlé’s growth falls for fifth consecutive year

By James Ridler

Nestlé has posted its fifth consecutive year of falling organic growth – after a “challenging year” in the UK – in its latest financial results for the 12 months to December 31.

Harris will retire at the end of November after 39 years with the company

Nestlé Waters’ boss to retire

By Laurence Gibbons

Nestlé Waters’ executive vice president John Harris has announced his decision to retire at the end of November 2013.

Nestlé Dolce Gusto was one of Nestlé's strong performers in the UK

UK coffee sales boost Nestlé's results

By Rick Pendrous

UK coffee sales have proved one of the few highlights for food giant Nestlé in its first quarter (Q1) results for 2013, which failed to meet analysts' expectations.

Sorbet with a twist

Sorbet with a twist

Thorntons has launched a low-fat Tropical Twist sorbet. It is a blend of pineapple, mango, passion fruit and lime, swirled with frozen yogurt. It is...

Natural selection

Natural selection

As the drive towards natural colours gathers further momentum, manufacturers need to adapt their processes to the challenges this presents. Lou Reade reports


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