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Dunkin’ Donuts (DD), has announced its partnership with Nestlé India to launch three new signature donuts made with bestselling chocolates- Nestlé KITKAT®, Nestlé BAR ONE®, and Nestlé MUNCH®NUTS. Donut lovers can enjoy these new donuts at any Dunkin’ Donuts outlet

Nine children from the same family were referred to the Gwalior Medical College, according to ANI’s reports today, after falling ill by allegedly consuming “Maggi” on the 7th of July. The incident happened in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhatarpur district. Maggi’s producer

Nestlé India Ltd., an extension of Swiss packaged consumer goods maker Nestlé, is stepping up the marketing game for the dairy-based ready-to-drink branch of its iconic coffee brand, Nescafé. In light of this, the food and beverage manufacturer has got

Nestlé India Ltd, the world’s leading food and beverage companies’ Indian division has now entered the packaged breakfast market with the launch of its range named Nesplus on Monday. Nestlé Breakfast Cereals owns the brand Nesplus from Cereal Partners Worldwide

According to a report by the Economic Times, Nestle and the Times Group have teamed up for ‘Power of Print’ competition. The contest theme this year is ‘Help Parents Know Good Food’ thus tapping nutrition. The Healthy Contest The report

In a new and informative campaign launched by Nestlé Maggi in India, the instant noodle brand takes us through the entire process of making and packaging the iconic masala noodles with food enthusiasts and Highway On My Plate anchors Rocky

Nestle India’s instant noodle brand, Maggi, may have had a rough patch last year, but it is well back up on its two feet. Catching up to ITC’s Sunfeast Yippee! noodle to regain it’s number 1 spot even (and the

In collaboration with Maharashtra’s Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) and the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI), Nestle India has initiated a new programme. The initiative, called ‘Serve Safe Food’ has been inaugurated by the state Chief Minister

Nestlé’s Maggi has been an integral part of our lives for decades now. And while most of us would sell our souls for a nice plate of zesty Masala Maggi, there is a whole other bunch of Maggi-lovers who love

Staying in line with the mounting consumer awareness regarding health and fitness, Swiss FMCG giant Nestle is planning to cut back on the salt content by an additional 10 percent in its signature instant noodle Maggi. The instant noodle brand,

Hold your hats Maggi lovers for there is an all-new range of the slurpy snack to binge on this season! According to a statement by Nestle, the FMCG magnate has teamed up with e-commerce major Amazon to launch Maggi’s latest

Anaemia, or anemia, is a serious and fairly common health issue and to make sure that people suffering from the ailment do not miss out on their favourite instant noodles, Nestlé India launched iron fortified Maggi noodles today. The new

We definitely would have preferred the Maggi scandal not happening but that doesn’t mean that we don’t love Nestle (seriously, if you don’t like Kit Kat you are weird). Recently Nestle India has decided to experiment with new ways to

Ever since the Maggi fiasco in 2015, Nestle India has been diversifying its product range to reduce its dependence on Maggi sales. In 2016, it launched a range of new products including Nestle a+ Greek yogurt and new Nescafe variants.

Nestle India has announced that it is looking to tie up with Indian startups which will help create products, improve marketing and enhance Nestle’s digital presence. The move is modelled after Nestle’s [email protected] initiative in the US. In the words

Nestle India’s Chairman and Managing Director, Suresh Narayanan has told the PTI that the Maggi noodles brand now has a 60% market share. This is the highest it has been since the Maggi ban. Maggi noodles lost its market share

Nestle India in collaboration with the National Association of Street Food Vendors of India (NASSCI) and the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) in Goa is planning to train street vendors in a variety of factors to do with hygiene and

Adding to their coffee portfolio, Nestle India has launched Nescafe ready-to-drink with three variants. These coffees have been crafted for the Indian palate. The Flavours At present, there are three flavours in the ready-to-drink range; chilled latte, hazelnut and intense

After a worrying slump in sales last year, Nestle India has seen a twofold jump in its net profit for the September quarter. Nestle India has reported this profit to bee Rs.289.39 crore. Financial Wounds Following the Maggi ban, due

Nestle, one of the world’s major chocolate manufacturers, will launch procurer chocolate brands and variants in India. These more premium chocolates will be from Nestle’s global portfolio. The Chocolate Market In India Presently, the premium chocolate is dominated by Ferrero