Nespresso’s commitment to recycling its single use coffee capsules
From 1986 to 2012, Nespresso had sold 27 billion single-use coffee capsules worldwide.  They have chosen to make their capsules entirely of aluminum, unlike their largest competitors who are using a combination of plastic cups and aluminum foil.  Aluminum can be used and recycled over and over again making it one of the most recycled and recyclable materials.  In November 2019, it was reported that Nespresso was recycling 29% of their capsules globally.
Nestle has failed for too long to address significantly the modern slavery in their supply chain
Modern slavery is not a topic that is often at the top of the agenda in the business world. Nevertheless, the International Labour Organization estimated that in 2017 around 40 million people were victims of modern slavery and that 152 million children were subject to child labor . The Business world has a crucial role to play in achieving the objectives set out in SDG 8.
Nestlé – Nesquik all Natural : a first step of a long journey towards a circular economy
The plastic economy is facing a major environmental crisis: at present pace, the plastic production will multiply by four until 2050, with major negative impacts on land and ocean pollution (e.g. more plastic than fishes in the oceans by 2050) , a looming crisis with the micro-plastics, transferring into the food-chain together with micro-pollutants, and consuming over 20% of the fossil fuel, with the subsequent incremental greenhouse gas emissions. The major issue is related to the single-use plastic packages. Companies active in this area are aware that decisive action to reduce their impact is mandatory if they want to protect their business.
Nestlé's palm oil supply chains complicit in destruction of the Sumatran rainforest
Agricultural production is the greatest threat facing threatened species causing major degradation and fragmentation of habitats as a result of its widespread use of land (30% of ice-free land surface) and inputs (fertiliser, pesticides, and irrigation). It is the most water-intensive sector, accounting for 90% of freshwater consumption and 70% of withdrawals from freshwater bodies.
Nestle has finally rallied Nutriscore
In 2016, over 650 millions adults were obese. Obesity is a major risk factor for diseases such diabetes, cardiovascular disease, some cancers. More people are dying of the consequence of overweight than underweight. Once considered a high-income country problem, it is now a worldwide issue. High fat, high sugar, high salt products tend to be cheaper than their healthier version reinforcing the issue of malnutrition in poor families. The problem can be solved in reducing intake of sugary and fatty products and WHO is of the opinion that the food industry has a key role to play such as promoting healthy diet and making healthy choices available and affordable for consumers.