Today, the Honorable Minister of Science and Technology of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu paid an official visit to Nestlé’s state of the art Flowergate Factory located in Shagamu, Ogun State.
Nestlé Nigeria, organised this week, a factory tour with key stakeholders to celebrate 150 years of nutrition, marked by the creation of Farine lactée (Cerelac) which saved the life of an infant.
Hundreds of thousands of young people in Africa will benefit from training to prepare them for work, while thousands will gain apprenticeships and traineeships at Nestlé, the company’s CEO Paul Bulcke has announced.
About 1,000 farmers in northern Nigeria will be trained on good agricultural practices and entrepreneurial skills thanks to a new partnership between Nestlé Nigeria and the International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC).
Nestlé Waters has opened a new manufacturing plant in Abaji, Nigeria. The 25 million CHF factory will produce Nestlé Pure Life water.
Parents and mothers-to-be can source guidance and expert advice on good nutrition for their babies through Nestlé’s new Start Healthy Stay Healthy Facebook pages in Ghana and Nigeria.
Nestlé coffee brand Nescafé joins forces with Social Media Week in Lagos, Nigeria to boost and share ideas, innovations and insights into how social media and technology are changing business, society and culture worldwide.
Nestlé Nutrition Institute Africa builds capacity in neonatal resuscitation for Beninese healthcare professionals
Nestlé Nutrition Institute Africa (NNIA) is supporting the organisation of two neonatal resuscitation workshops during the Congress of the Beninese Society of Pediatrics, being held in Cotonou from November 10th to 12th.
Nestlé in Central and West Africa has launched its ‘Choose Wellness, Choose Nestlé’ campaign to raise awareness about the company’s nutrition, health and wellness impact in the region.
Buoyed by the need to encourage consumption of vegetables as part of a healthy diet, Nestlé, through the Maggi brand, has engaged over 15,000 Nigerian women through its home garden initiative in 2015.