Nestlé cuts packaging waste across three more lines

22 April 2011 by
Nestlé cuts packaging waste across three more lines

Nestlé Professional has continued its drive to reduce its packaging waste by slashing the materials used in its Nescafé Latte, Nescafé Cappucino and Aero sachets by 36.3%.

The move is part of Nestlé's Creating Shared Value plan and follows the 14% reduction achieved last year in the packaging of its single-serve coffee stick packs.

The group has also recently pledged to spend more than £200m to provide more productive, disease-resistant coffee plantlets to farmers around the world as part of the Nescafé Plan.

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