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Nestle Nigeria commits to increasing use of local raw materials

Nestle Nigeria Plc, has reiterated its commitment to growing the economy by simplifying its ingredients list and using more local raw materials.

The firm has also set a goal to source only eggs from cage-free hens for all its food products globally by 2025.

Cost savings initiatives, operating efficiencies boost Nestle Nigeria’s nine months profit

Nestle Nigeria Plc, one of the country’s largest Fast Moving Consumer Goods Companies (FMCG) said on Monday that revenue for the nine months to the end of September grew 43% to ₦185bn ($510 million), from ₦129bn ($355 million) in the same period last year.

The company behind such brands as Milo Cocoa drink, Nescafe Coffee, and Golden Morn among others said that the boost in sales was fueled by a strong consumer and distribution-led activities as well as benefits from last year’s price increases.

USAID partners Nestle Nigeria, others to train farmers on best practices

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has partnered with Nestle Nigeria Plc and two non-governmental organisations to train farmers, workers and small agricultural businesses in Kaduna State on improving crop quality.

The other organisations that have teamed up with USAID and Nestle Nigeria are Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance and Vega Member Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture.

Nestle Nigeria unveils new ad celebrating farmers whose work make Golden Morn available to families

Nestle Nigeria Plc, makers of Golden Morn, a cereal made from maize and soya has just unveiled a new ad on the back of the brand’s packaging featuring three sets of photos of farmers who grow the maize and soya used in making the product.

The company said it is part of its creating shared value to celebrate the farmers whose labour of love brings Golden Morn to families across Nigeria. Golden Morn was introduced in Nigeria more than 24 years ago.

Nestle Nigeria rolls-out Milo RTD as competition heats up in the RTD Cocoa, milk and malt segment

Nestle Nigeria Plc on Tuesday at its Lagos Headquarters unveiled a ready-to-drink version of MILO, the company’s flagship brand.

The company which launched the new RTD at a Retailers’ Conference said that the product is made from natural products like cocoa, malt and milk, adding that it contains no preservatives and provides essential nutrients such as proteins as well as Nestle’s blend of vitamins, ACTIVE-GO (vitamins B3, B2, B6, B12, Vitamins C & D) and minerals including calcium and iron.

Nestle Nigeria appoints Jagdish Kumar Singla as new Finance & Control Director

Nestle Nigeria Plc has announced the appointment of Mr. Jagdish Kumar Singla to the position of Finance & Control Director effective 1 January 2018.

Mr. Singla will be taking over from Mr. Syed Saiful Islam, the current Finance & Control Director who is being transferred to Nestle Pakistan with effect from 1 January 2018.

Mr. Singla who has been the Country Controller of Nestle Sri Lanka since 2014 joined Nestle India in 1990 and served in various roles at the company’s Moga Factory and in Management Accounting at Nestle’s Head Office in Switzerland. He also worked as Nestle’s Factory Controller in Shuangcheng, China from 1997 and later as Business Controller for Nestle Milks and Nutrition for Greater China Region.

Nestle Nigeria reaffirms commitment to youth entrepreneurship as it marks International Youth Day

Nestle Nigeria Plc said in a statement on Sunday that it is committed to providing support to young people by fostering youth entrepreneurship and helping the talented ones through training and job opportunities.

The message was conveyed by the company’s Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Manager, Victoria Uwadoka, on Sunday to mark this year’s International Youth Day on 12th August. Uwadoka in her statement said the company wanted to ensure the youths gained skills that would enable them contribute positively towards building peace in the society.

Nestle Nigeria’s half-year profit boosted by revenue growth, lower finance cost

Nestle Nigeria Plc, reported a nearly 3000% increase in profits for the first-half of 2017. Net profit rose to N16.5bn from N535m in 2016.

The company which makes products such as Milo cocoa drink and Nescafe coffee, among others said that profit was boosted by a 54% surge in revenue to N121.9bn, from N80bn in the previous year.

Local cassava firm fills void left by drop in raw materials imports

PSALTRY International Company Limited, an Oyo State-based grower and processor of high-grade cassava starch is filling a void left by a drop in imports of raw materials used by local beverage companies and other Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) firms. The drop in imports has created a surge in demand for local cassava starch which is a close substitute of maltose, an ingredient used in beverages and other products. The surge in local demand was caused by a high dollar exchange rate precipitated by low oil price, a situation that has forced many local manufacturers to abandon imports of raw materials with local substitutes.

Nestle Nigeria mulls new investments to boost growth

Nestle Nigeria Plc, said it is weighing new investment proposals to bolster its nationwide production and distribution networks to drive growth.

The company made this known at its Annual General Meeting (AGM), which held recently in Lagos. Speaking at the event, the chairman of Nestle Nigeria Plc, Mr. David Ifezulike told shareholders that the company was considering a lot of investment proposals that should strengthen its operations.