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Nestle expects softer growth in Q4 due to comparables, disposal of skin health
Nestle CEO expects return to positive pricing starting from Q4
Nestle appoints Guillaume Le Cunff as new Nespresso CEO
Nestle S.A. is a nutrition, health and wellness company. The Company's segments are Zone Europe, Middle East and North Africa (EMENA); Zone Americas (AMS); Zone Asia, Oceania and sub-Saharan Africa (AOA); Nestle Waters; Nestle Nutrition, and Other Businesses. The Company operates in the United States, Greater China Region, Switzerland and Rest of the World. The Company's product categories include powered and liquid beverages; water; milk products and ice cream; nutrition and health science; prepared dishes and cooking aids; confectionery, and PetCare. Its other business activities include the operations of Nestle Professional, Nespresso, Nestle Health Science and Nestle Skin Health. It operates in approximately 190 countries throughout the world. It has sales in various countries, including the United States, Greater China Region, Brazil, Mexico, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, France, Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia, Hungary, Malta, Romania, Spain and Switzerland.
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Ulf Mark Schneider
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Henri de Castries
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* NESTLÉ WATERS NORTH AMERICA EXPANDS READYREFRESH BY NESTLÉ BEVERAGE DELIVERY SERVICE TO NEW JERSEY COAST
Nestlé SA <NESN.S>, one of the world's largest food processors, believes population growth will require human diets to adapt, reducing consumption of sugar, salt and meat products, an executive said on Wednesday.
Global consumer goods companies have been banking on emerging markets to drive their growth, so signs on Thursday that sales have come off the boil in the once-booming economies of China and India could set alarm bells ringing.
* NESTLE CFO SAYS PREMIUM PRODUCTS DOING WELL IN CHINA, WHILE MAINSTREAM PRODUCTS ARE CHALLENGED
Food group Nestle plans to return up to 20 billion Swiss francs ($20.13 billion) to shareholders over the next three years and reorganise its struggling waters business after organic sales growth slowed in the third quarter.
A slowdown in India and China put a brake on Unilever's <ULVR.L> quarterly sales growth, highlighting the challenges facing Chief Executive Alan Jope as he tries to boost the consumer goods giant's business in emerging markets.
* NESTLE CEO SAYS HAS NEW STRATEGY FOR WATERS FOCUSING ON HIGH-MARGIN SIDE OF BUSINESS
* NESTLE SAYS GUILLAUME LE CUNFF, CURRENTLY PRESIDENT OF NESPRESSO USA, WILL SUCCEED JEAN-MARC DUVOISIN ASCHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER FOR NESTLÉ NESPRESSO S.A Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Silke Koltrowitz)
Food group Nestle announced a new share buyback programme of up to 20 billion Swiss francs ($20.13 billion) and changes to its waters business on Thursday after organic sales growth slowed slightly to 3.7% in the third quarter, from 3.9% in the previous quarter.
* CLOSING OF SALE OF NESTLE SKIN HEALTH TO A CONSORTIUM LED BY EQT AND A WHOLLY OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF ABU DHABI INVESTMENT AUTHORITY (ADIA) FOR A VALUE OF CHF 10.2 BILLION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
The world's two largest consumer goods companies, Nestle SA <NESN.S> and Procter & Gamble Co <PG.N>, have acknowledged they will fall short of goals to use only those ingredients that do not contribute to deforestation in their products by 2020.
Food giant Nestle <NESN.S> launched its "Awesome" vegan burgers in the United States on Thursday, seeking to tap into the country's growing craze for plant-based meat.
* NESTLÉ LAUNCHES NEW PLANT-BASED BURGERS AND GROUNDS IN U.S., SWITZERLAND Source text - (https://bit.ly/2m1mUfx) Further company coverage:
Nestle's <NESN.S> infant nutrition business in China grew at a healthy pace, despite a steep fall in birth rates and an overall slowdown in consumption, the company's chief financial officer said at a conference on Wednesday.
Nestle <NESN.S> has set up a research institute to develop more environmentally friendly packaging for its products and reduce plastic waste, taking matters into its own hands rather than relying on its suppliers.
* CFO SAYS SEES FANTASTIC GROWTH FOR NESPRESSO IN THE U.S., U.S. WILL LIKELY BE NO.1 MARKET FOR NESPRESSO NEXT YEAR
Nestle <NESN.S> is taking a cautious approach to growth-driving acquisitions, finance chief Francois-Xavier Roger told a financial conference on Tuesday, putting the expected volume for portfolio adjustments this year at around 12 billion Swiss francs (10.03 billion pounds).
* NESTLÉ SA - NESTLÉ HEALTH SCIENCE EXPANDS INTO PERSONALIZED NUTRITION WITH ACQUISITION OF PERSONA™ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Nestle SA <NESN.S> said on Wednesday it will invest 1 billion reais (about $250 million) in Brazil's Sao Paulo state over the next three years to introduce new production lines and technologies in existing factories, as well as push forward a digital transformation.
Food giant Nestle <NESN.S> on Thursday started selling Starbucks-branded <SBUX.O> coffee in mainland China, seeking to tap growth in a market where it says coffee consumption per capita remains low compared to global standards.
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