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Know what you are Eating

We at Nestlé are always Improving Our Products through:

  • Innovation
  • Delicious Nutrition
  • Enrichment
  • Portion Amount

Being able to read and interpret food labels is an important step towards making informed and healthier food choices.
Nestlé Being a Nutrition, Health and Wellness company has taken own initiative of on-pack nutrition information system that enable our product’s label to deliver transparent nutrition information to help individuals make healthier choices for themselves and their families. Our label contains
Nestlé Nutritional Compass
The Nestlé Nutritional Compass gives you the information you need in an easy-to-understand format. Nestlé Nutritional Compass appears on almost all of our product packaging and has four elements 

  • a Nutritional Information box that states the amount of specific nutrients the product contains, such as protein, carbohydrate, fat and sugar
  • a ‘Good to know’ box that features specific information
  • a ‘Good to remember’ box that offers tips on how the product fits into a healthy lifestyle
  • a ‘Good to talk’ section that provides contact details for consumer services tea

Guided Daily Amount

GDA “Guided Daily Amount” is a public health tool located at both front and back of pack which provides nutritional information per serving for the average daily number of calories, fat, saturated fats, total sugar and sodium/salt required by adults and children.

GDA values help the consumers to decide what should be eating, and this makes planning a healthy balanced diet much easier.

simple steps to read the nutrition table 
Step 1: Look at the Serving Size

Compare the serving size on the Nutrition Facts Table to the amount that you eat. If you eat more or less than the serving size on the label, you will get more or less of the nutrients that are listed.

Step 2: Use the % DRI/NRV (Means)
Using the % DRI/NRV value can tell you whether an amount of food has “a little” or “a lot” of a nutrient. As a general rule of thumb, 5% or less is “a little” for any nutrient and 15% or more is “a lot” for any nutrient.
Step 3: Read the Ingredient List
Taking a look at the ingredient list can you help understand the product beyond the Nutrition Facts Table. Use this guide to get to know ingredients for nutrients that fall under different names.

Step 4: Let the Nestlé Nutrition Compass Guide You
As an added bonus, the Nestlé Nutritional Compass™ can help you quickly and easily understand the nutritional benefit of our products and how it can fit into the life of you and your family.

Step 5: Choose a Food that Works for You!
After you’ve completed steps one through four, you will be in a better position to make an informed choice that is best for you and your family.