Nestlé in Ohio

Our history in Ohio began in 1918, when Nestlé acquired the Every Day milk company in Marysville from dairy entrepreneur John Wildi. Since then, we have continued to embed ourselves into the Ohio community. Today, the state is a central hub for Nestlé operations in the U.S. with a total of nine facilities state-wide. From pet food production facilities to headquarters for brands like Lean Cuisine and Stouffer’s, Nestlé is a committed member of the Ohio community.

Nestlé investment in Ohio
Nestlé brands produced in Ohio
Nestlé USA Marysville location
Nestlé USA Solon location
Nestlé USA Zanesville location


Nestlé USA Community Engagement

Nestlé in Ohio and its employees are dedicated community members, partnering with local and national non-profit organizations and engaging in service initiatives across the state to bring good food, good life to Ohio residents. For example, the Marysville facility has been a long-term supporter of the Ronald MacDonald house in Columbus, the Marysville Public Library and United Way. During our national #NestléCares Day of Volunteering, our largest-ever day of community service, Nestlé employees in Ohio gave back in many ways, like sorting and packing 18,000 pounds of food, and preparing 500 bagged lunches with the Cleveland Food Bank. Here's a glimpse of what Nestlé volunteers do in Ohio.


Veteran Letter Writing Volunteer Event
Kids Book Bank Volunteer Event
Cuyahoga Valley National Park Volunteer Event

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