Nestle India Packaging

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3/17/12 . To recognize the unitisation plans of the company within India. To explore the unitisation outcome. To understand the company’s packaging principles.Key Objectives  To have an idea about Nestle India. To know about its market segments and popular products.

 It’s a vibrant company with 7 factories and numerous co-packers.  Nestlé’s relationship with India dates back to 1912. Nestlé India is a subsidiary of Nestle S.Introduction  Nestle Global is the world’s largest food and nutrition company. . importing and selling finished products in the Indian market. 1959 in New Delhi. 3/17/12 when it began trading as The Nestlé Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company (Export) Limited.  Acknowledged amongst India's 'Most Respected Companies' and amongst the 'Top Wealth Creators of India'.  However. Switzerland. of Switzerland found on 28th March.A.  Founded in 1867 by Henri Nestle in Vevey.

Good For Life Old Logo until the  New Logo till date 1970s 3/17/12 .Logo of Nestle Good Food.

Market Segments  Dairy milk products & nutrition Beverages Prepared dishes & cooking aids Chocolate & confectionary 3/17/12 .

Some Popular Products Nescafe Maggi Milkybar Milo Kit kat Bar One Milkmaid Nestea Munch 3/17/12 .

in the retail environment and at home. in both Its essential for food safety and freshness. It saves more than it costs.Packaging  Packaging reduces waste by protecting food products during transportation and storage. It provides consumers with nutritional 3/17/12 information and portion guidance at the point of purchase. . financial and environmental terms.

3/17/12 q Using Recycled materials wherever it makes . q Leading in the development and use of packaging materials made from sustainably managed Renewable resources. Four R Approach:- q Reducing the weight and volume of packaging materials.Packaging  Nestlé has adopted an integrated approach to packaging in its continuous improvement policy.Nestle India . q Aligning with and supporting initiatives to Recycle or Recover energy from used packaging.

Packaging Nestles adopts systematic use of PIQET (Packaging Impact Quick Evaluation Tool) to evaluate the environmental profile of packaging being considered in any development.Nestle . and saved 70. .828 tonnes of packaging material by weight. Continued reductions in packaging material In 2009. Nestle became the first major confectionery company in the country to replace non-recyclable plastic with recyclable cardboard packaging in its 20 million Easter 3/17/12 eggs.

Then opened the Choladi Unit in Tamil Nadu.Nestle . The Choladi Unit deals with the tea industry. The Moga Unit deals with the proper management of dairy products. Nestle India Limited owns Ø Nanjangud unit in Karnataka Ø Samalkha unit in Haryana 3/17/12 Ø Ponda & Bicholim units in Goa .Unitisation Nestle India Limited initiated its workings in India with the Moga Unit in Punjab in 1961.

100. 1961).000 kgs of milk per day during the peak season in Punjab & Haryana alone. Nestle produces over 1.Nestle . Today.Unitisation  Started with 511 kgs of milk on the 1st day of collection (15th Nov. Nestle India milk production is 3/17/12 spread across:- .

It shows stellar performance despite the raw material pressure and heavy intensifying competition in instant noodles business in the year 2011.Future Prospects  Robust prospects but high valuations. .  Nestle is one of the best players on the healthy growth potential in 3/17/12 the Indian food-processing sector.

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