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Today, more than 2 billion people in the world are overweight or obese and 800 million are malnourished. This calls for action.
At Nestlé, we believe that by helping new generations eat and drink better and move more, we enhance quality of life and contribute to a healthier future.
This is how we started more than 150 years ago when our founder Henri Nestlé created an infant cereal that saved the life of a child.
This is how we continue to act, by launching Nestlé for Healthier Kids, an initiative that federates all our efforts to support parents & caregivers on their journey to raise healthier kids.
From leading research to product development, from education to innovative nutrition and lifestyle services, our ambition is to help 50 million children lead healthier lives by 2030. Find our more about our three focus areas.
We know that good nutrition in early childhood lays the foundation for a child‘s lifelong health & wellbeing.
To ensure our brands support a healthier journey, we have made forward-looking commitments to reduce sodium, sugars and saturated fats, and add healthy ingredients.
Nestlé Cereals make breakfast better
Nestlé Breakfast Cereals inspires families to enjoy a balanced breakfast.
Studies show that many children are not getting enough whole grain in their diets. Too often they skip breakfast or don’t get enough from it. 6
At Nestlé Breakfast Cereals, we believe that a better breakfast is more than a good start to the day - it’s the foundation for a better future.
We’ve made wholegrain the number one ingredient in our children’s products and are further reducing sugar. Most of our breakfast cereals for children are also fortified with at least seven vitamins and two minerals.
We’re helping parents create a balanced breakfast, with guidance on portion size and inspiring food combinations, so that children can enjoy a nutritious and tasty start to the day.
Cerelac helps young children achieve good nutrition
Many children suffer from deficiencies in essential vitamins and minerals such as iron. Worldwdie 40% of pre-schoolers are anaemic.
That is why Cerelac infant cereals are fortified with key micronutrients (iron, zinc, vitamin A and vitamin C).
Cerelac is suitable as a first complementary food for infants from 6 months onwards, when breast milk alone no longer meets the baby's growing nutritional requirements.
A recent study in India showed that young children who consume fortified cereals have a reduced risk of iron deficiency anaemia.
Maggi transmits the goodness of homemade cooking to families
Maggi helps millions of families to cook tasty and balanced meals.
Studies have shown that when kids cook with their parents, they are more likely to eat food they often reject, like vegetables or salads.
At Maggi, we understand the power of homemade cooking. This is why we are committed to inspiring families to cook tasty and balanced homemade meals everyday, with the fresh ingredients they love.
We are transforming our products in more than 150 countries, with simpler and healthier ingredients.
We are also deploying an ambitious cooking education programme for parents and kids, with recipes, simple cooking tips and online courses. So that picky eaters simply become less picky.
Milo inspires millions of children to grow with sport in their lives
Milo inspires millions of kids to grow with sports.
Doing sports regularly is essential to a healthy lifestyle, but too often kids prefer to stay home playing with electronic devices. At Milo, we believe that sports is essential for kids development because it teaches them life skills and values that helps them succeed in life. This is why we are committed to enabling more kids to play sports regularly.
We engage with more than 20 million kids every year through grass roots sports events, engaging technology such as the Milo Chamsquad app and our iconic partnership with FC Barcelona that provides unique coaching experiences.
Made with simple ingredients such as malt barley, milk, sugar and cocoa, Milo products are continuously improved to deliver the nutritious energy that children need to grow with sports.