We want to encourage healthy diets and address malnutrition in all its forms by offering products, so we’re launching more nutritious, high-quality foods and beverages, simplifying ingredient lists, and removing artificials.
We’re working to reduce added sugar, sodium, and saturated fat across our portfolio, while making more plant-based and nutrient dense options available and simplifying our ingredients.
With a focus on simplifying ingredient lists while maintaining the same great tastes consumers love, we are innovating products and updating recipes across the U.S. food and beverage portfolio. We’re adding more offerings with benefits our consumers are looking for such as organic ingredients, no GMO ingredients, and gluten-free options.
With 97% of U.S. households buying Nestlé brands, we have a tremendous opportunity to make an impact on Americans’ diets. But one company can’t change the whole system. That’s why we’ve supported strong nutrition policy for an even greater public health impact.
Nestlé welcomed the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) final rules on the revision of the Nutrition and Supplemental Facts labels and updating of the serving sizes, which we believe will help consumers make more informed choices in the grocery aisle. We also supported for the voluntary sodium-reduction guidelines set by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Nestlé also has endorsed sodium targets on a global level aligned with the World Health Organization.
Enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future