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City snapshot: Nestlé agrees sale of China-based peanut milk brand Yinlu

Nestlé has agreed to sell its China-based Yinlu peanut milk and canned rice porridge businesses to Food Wise Co for an undisclosed sum

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Nestlé and JDE team up to give coffee pod recycling a huge boost

The scheme will offer kerbside collection of coffee pods alongside regular waste and recycling

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Nestlé buys Mindful Chef to bulk up direct-to-consumer portfolio

Nestlé has acquired a majority stake in recipe kit business for an undisclosed sum to beef up its direct-to-consumer offering in the UK

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Can new UK laws put an end to illegal deforestation?

Defra is regulating to make sure companies do not use commodities produced on illegally deforested land. Do the measures add up?

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As Wowsomes is pulled does low-sugar chocolate have a future in the UK?

Did Wowsomes get it all wrong? Or is there just no appetite for it in the UK?

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Can Nestlé’s £1.6bn investment change the face of food & drink packaging?

The Swiss giant wants a circular economy of recycled plastics

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Our industry has been central to the coronavirus response; now we can lead the recovery

We should take this chance to look at how we can do things differently, says Stefano Agostini, CEO of Nestlé UK & Ireland 

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Nestlé’s third-quarter success shows the benefits of size in the Covid era

The higher-than-expected sales rise suggests the coronavirus crisis is playing into the hands of the global consumer giants

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The coffee category may be stable, but it’s full of innovation and competition

The premiumisation trend shows no sign of slowing amid increased activity from the coffee giants, says Warren Ackerman, head of European consumer staples research at Barclays