Nestle is one of the companies of feeding largest in the world, famous for its dairy products, coffee or chocolate, among others. However, the company recognizes in an internal document and that more than 60% of all its products they are not healthy.
This document has been disclosed by ‘Financial Times’. Specifically, it goes to say that more than half of its products do not meet the current criteria to be healthy.
To get an idea of the magnitude of Nestlé, it has been listed as the largest food company in the world from 2014 to 2016; based on your income and other factors. The company’s headquarters are in Switzerland.
Apparently, the aforementioned document was circulating among the top executives of the multinational. It contained an evaluation of almost half of Nestlé’s products. However, it is important to note that the categories of pet food, coffee, medical nutrition and infant formula are left out of this analysis based on the healthy level of the products.
The Nestlé company owns such well-known brands as Nesquik, Chocapic, Golden Grahams, Cheerios, Sveltesse, La Lechera, Bonka, Dolce Gusto or Nescafé.
Nestlé seeks that its healthier products
With all this, Nestlé’s management reported this Monday, May 31, that it is currently working on a project related to nutrition and health. In addition, they guarantee that in recent years they have reduced both sodium and sugars in their products.
Thus, all the brands that Nestlé treasures would be immersed in a project with the aim of making their products healthier.
On the other hand, the company is also responsible in Europe for the application Nutriscore, which informs the consumer of the properties of any products through labeling. Using a traffic light system, report how unhealthy or unhealthy the product is.
Nestlé’s programs for the environment
The Nestlé company has numerous programs and projects aimed at caring for the environment. For example, for a few years now, the company has been working on projects related to biodiversity, reducing emissions, limiting plastic waste, taking care of water, avoiding food waste or taking zero waste to landfills.
However, nutrition specialists demand that Nestlé, in addition to carrying out projects to take care of the environment, carry out projects to improve the quality of their products and be healthier for everyone.
The leak of this internal Nestlé document reveals that the company’s leaders are aware that more than 60% of its products are unhealthy. Although, from the company they assure that they work so that all the products of the brands that Nestlé houses are increasingly healthy.