Karachi (June 11, 2020): Nestlé Pakistan recently published its ‘Nestlé in Society: Creating Shared Value (CSV) 2019 report highlighting its three main focus areas globally: for individuals and families, for communities, and for the planet.
Lahore (14 May 2020): In the wake of COVID-19, NESTLÉ MILKPAK will be donating half a million glasses of milk in collaboration with dairy industry partners Tetra Pak Pakistan, Bulleh Shah Packaging Pvt Ltd, Interloop Ltd & Interloop Holdings, Sheikh Noor-Ud-Din & Sons Pvt Ltd and Texo Poly Industries Pvt Ltd.
Lahore (07 May 2020): As part of its PKR 100 million commitment to support vulnerable communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Nestlé Pakistan has partnered with leading non-governmental organizations Akhuwat, Saylani Welfare International Trust, Shahid Afridi Foundation, Salman Sufi Foundation and RIZQ to support them in their relief activities.
Lahore (30 April 2020): Nestlé Pakistan posted a revenue of PKR 29.8 billion, an increase of 2.6% compared to the same period last year, despite many difficulties emanating from COVID-19 crisis. Juices and water as well as products for out-of-home channel were severely impacted by the lockdown. In addition, Afghanistan border closure had a major impact on the exports. Net profit for the same period has declined mainly due to higher financing cost and currency devaluation impact. These quarterly results were announced following a Board of Directors’ meeting at the Company's Head Office.
Karachi, April 18, 2020: Nestlé Pakistan has stepped up its national response to COVID-19 pandemic by partnering with Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS). Whereas PRCS has unmatched presence and expertise in providing first-aid, emergency response and epidemic control. This contribution by Nestlé Pakistan of PKR 5 Million will include installation of hand hygiene stations at public places, quarantine and health facilities across Baluchistan and KPK.
Lahore (April 2, 2020): To meet the nutritional needs of both affectees and frontline workers during these times, Nestlé Pakistan has committed 100 million rupees in the national response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the pledge, Nestlé Pakistan will give product and cash donations, which will include 4 million servings of milk, iron fortified dairy products, baby cereals, water and juices.
Lahore (March 24, 2020): Nestlé Pakistan commemorated World Water Day by pledging to continue playing its role in better water management and encouraging best practices to meet future needs. This year’s World Water Day theme ‘Nature and Climate Change’, underlines how water resources are linked with climate change.
Karachi (March 4, 2020): Nestlé Pakistan was recognized as one of the most progressive organizations in Pakistan at the Global Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarks (GDIB) Awards 2020. Nestlé Pakistan won three best practice awards in the categories of Vision, Leadership and Structure respectively at the annual diversity and inclusion conference in Karachi.
Lahore (February 26, 2020): Nestlé Pakistan posted a revenue of PKR 116 billion for 2019, a 3.9% reduction from 2018. The continuously evolving challenges in the economic and business environment impacted the purchasing power of people, causing this reduction. The annual results were announced following a Board of Directors’ meeting at the Company's Head Office.
Karachi (Feb 25, 2020): Nestlé Pakistan has won the First Prize for ‘Living the Global Compact Best Practices Sustainability Award 2019’, in the category of multinational companies and declared a Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Champion at the business sustainability moot and award ceremony, hosted by the UN Global Compact Network Pakistan.
Lahore (Dec 20, 2019): Nestlé Pakistan, District Council Hunza, Gilgit Baltistan Waste Management Company (GBWMC) and Karakoram Area Development Organization (KADO) have signed an MoU for “Clean Hunza Project”. The project is supported by the company’s NESTLÉ FRUITA VITALS and NESTLÉ PURE LIFE brands.
Lahore (Dec 13, 2019): Nestlé Pakistan in collaboration with the Centre for Excellence in Journalism (CEJ) organized a one day workshop for nutrition and health reporters on "Basics of Nutrition and Health Reporting: Nutrition as a source of News”. The training was attended by more than twenty print, broadcast and digital journalists from various media organizations.