But we also recognise our responsibility to help people make healthier choices. We’re committed to making a positive difference to the health of our consumers by improving the nutritional value of our products using the
Nestlé Nutritional Profiling System, marketing them responsibly, and providing clear nutritional information and guidance, in line with our pledges under the UK’s Public Health Responsibility Deal. Through our holistic employee wellness strategy, we also support our employees to lead healthier lifestyles, at work and throughout their everyday lives.
Nutritious food and balanced diets are essential for maintaining healthy lives.
By developing nutritious products and supporting healthy lifestyles, we meet demand and uphold the commitments we set ourselves as a business.
Through our Nestlé Healthy Kids partnership with PhunkyFoods, we’ve raised awareness in 316 UK primary schools of the importance of healthy eating and exercise.
Whole grain is the number one ingredient in all our breakfast cereals (apart from gluten-free cereals).
employee health check appointments have taken place. 45% of employees saw a reduction in their cholesterol levels as a result.
“Healthier portions are important for the manufacturing and food service sectors but must also find their way into everyday use in our domestic kitchens.”
Many of our packs now feature visual cues and messaging to help consumers be more mindful of portion size.
number of UK primary school children reached by the Nestlé Healthy Kids programme.
At the end of 2015, over 90% of our kids’ and family products offered specific portion guidance.
of our children’s products meet the Nestlé Nutritional Foundation criteria for saturated fats, sugar and salt.
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