By Amy R. Remo
Consumer goods giant Nestlé Philippines and the Department of Trade and Industry are looking to put up more “satellite coffee buying stations” that will directly buy the produce from the local farmers.
By Riza T. Olchondra
Following its shift from traditional media advertising, Nestle Philippines already made quite a dent online via Facebook as it generated two million “likes.”
By Conrado Banal
Nestlé Philippines, operating in the country for more than a hundred years now, plans to expand its “instant” coffee-making facilities here, supposedly investing some $160 million.
By Germelina A. Lacorte and Judy Quiros
Nestlé Philippines is looking forward to the expansion of more coffee bean farms in the country, particularly in Mindanao.
By Abigail L. Ho
Not all chief executives saw themselves at the helm of a company when they were but teenagers who were about to enter college. Nestlé Philippines Inc. chair and chief executive John Martin Miller certainly had no idea that he would be on the upper echelons at one of the world’s largest manufacturers of fast moving [...]