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Swiss food and beverage company

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Nestlé: Swiss food and beverage company
Nestlé S.A. is a Swiss multinational food and drink processing conglomerate corporation headquartered in Vevey, Vaud, Switzerland. It is the largest food company in the world, measured by revenues and other metrics, since 2014. It ranked No. 64 on the Fortune Global 500 in 2017 and No. 33 on the 2016 edition of the Forbes Global 2000 list of largest public companies.

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Equity indices gain 1% on global cues, metal stocks shine [Video]

Equity indices gain 1% on global cues, metal stocks shine

Equity benchmark indices were on upswing during early hours on August 05 amid positive global cues with metal and banking stocks leading the rally. At 10:15 am, the BSE SandP Sensex was up by 408..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:04Published
Closing bell: Equity indices close in red, financials and metals decline [Video]

Closing bell: Equity indices close in red, financials and metals decline

Traders booked profit and equity benchmark indices ended marginally lower on July 10 following a decline in global peers amid surging coronavirus cases. The BSE S and P Sensex settled 143 points or..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:14Published

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Nestle Toll House introduces new flavors of edible cookie dough: Funfetti and Fudge Brownie Batter

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Nestlé sells its US ice cream business for $4 billion to create world's largest ice cream market

Nestlé is selling its U.S. ice cream business for $4 billion, which includes Dreyer's, Häagen-Daaz, Outshine, Skinny Cow, Edy's and Drumstick.
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Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

Food company says it initiated recall after receiving reports of "food-grade pieces of rubber in some products"
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Nestlé launches $17 "luxury" KitKat bar

Chocolate lovers can make their own version of the bar with ingredients like shortbread, honeycomb and rose petals
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Nestle launches plant-based burger in the United States

Food giant Nestle launched its "Awesome" vegan burgers in the United States on Thursday, seeking to tap into the country's growing craze for plant-based meat.
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Nestle is selling espresso chocolate chips

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Nestlé launching new chocolate that ditches refined sugar

Swiss food maker says it's developed a way to make chocolate that relies on its natural sweetness
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Nestle Toll House is selling edible cookie dough. Wait, we weren't supposed to eat it before?

Now you can eat cookie dough with a spoon without worry. Nestle Toll House revealed Edible Cookie Dough, available in stores such as Walmart in July.
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Nestle Toll House develops cookie dough it says is safe to eat

Nestle's latest product is aimed at consumers who like to eat dough but worry about salmonella infections
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