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Nestlé’s Summer Salvo in Sustainable Food Packaging

The world’s biggest food company is messaging how it is reducing waste and making food packaging circular through Twitter.

September 3, 2020

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Founded more than 150 years ago, managing 2,000 brands, operating more than 400 plants, and employing 291,000 globally, there are plenty of superlatives that can be used to describe Nestlé, which was named the largest food company in the world in May by Forbes.

It’s also a consumer-packaged goods company that’s improving the sustainability of packaging throughout the product portfolio at an incredible pace.

Thankfully, the food giant has been active socially in messaging its packaging moves and plans on Twitter. We’ve captured a number of these developments and innovations in the Tweets below, which impressively have all been made since June 30 starting with this introductory recognition that sets the stage for what follows: 

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For more about the Starbuck’s dairy creamers packaging, see Nestlé and Starbucks partner for recyclable creamer packaging, published November 2019.

 

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