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Note:
A lot of things have ‘Nestle’ written quite large on them. Not every single one of those are included in this list, although I tried to get them all. Make sure you look at your products and check the label.


Coffee:
Alta Rica
Black Gold
Blend 37
Cap Colombie
Cappuccino
Caro
Decaff
Expresso
Fine Blend
Gold Blend
Kenjara
Nescafé Ice
Organic
Partners Blend

Dairy Products (including ice cream):
Carnation
Coffee-Mate
Dreyers
Edy’s
Extreme Viennois
Fussells
Ideal
Haagen-Daaz (co-owned in the US and Canada)
LC1
Lyons Maid Ice Cream
Munch Bunch yoghurts
Nestle Ice Cream
Rowntree yoghurts and ice creams
Simply Double
Ski yogurts
Sveltesse yogurts
Tip-Top

Confectionaries & Snacks:
Aero
After Eights
Animal Bar
Baby Ruth
Baci Chocolate
Bit-O-Honey
Black Magic
Blue Riband
Breakaway
Bottle Caps
Butterfinger
Carlos V
Caramac
Chocolate Cuisine
*Colgate Dental Gum
Dairy Box
Dairy Crunch
Double Cream
Drifter
Dibs
Fab
Fruit Pastilles
Gobstoppers
Goobers
Heaven
Henri Nestlé Collection
Jellytots
Lik-M-Aid Fun Dip
Kit Kat
Kit Kat Chunky
La Lechena
Lion Bar
Libby’s
Matchmakers
Maxibon
Milky Bar
Munchies
Nips
Polo
Powerbar
Quality Street
Raisinets
Runts
Rolo
Rowntrees Fruit Gums
Smarties
Sno-Caps
Spree
Sweetarts
Toffee Crisp
Toffo
Tollhouse
Tooty Frooties
Tart N Tiny
Walnut Whip
Willy Wonka
Yorkie
100 Grand

Contact Lens Care:
Alcon

Mineral/Bottled Water:
Aqua Panna
Aqua Pods
Aquarel
Arrowhead
Buxton
Calistoga
Contrex
Deer Park
Ice Mountain
Nestle Pure Life
Ozarka
Perrier
Poland Springs
Pow-wow
San Pellegrino
Santa Maria
Valvert
Vittel
Zephyfirhills

Other Beverages, Health Drinks, and Drink Mixes:
Abuelita
Additions
Build-up
Carnation Instant Breakfast
Crucial
Faa
Glytrol
Juicy Juice
Milo
Modulen Ibd
Nestlé Flavor Packets
Nesquick
Nestea
Nutren
Nutriheal
Nutrihep
Nutrirenal
Nutrivent
Ovaltine
Peptamen
Probalance
Renalcal
Replete
Replete With Fiber
Tribe Mediterranean Foods ("organic")
Ultrapak


Baby Products:
Nestle Good Start (formula)
Nan (formula)
Gerber
Nuk (bottles, nipples, pacifiers, etc.)


Processed Meals:
Albers
Buitoni pasta & canned foods
Chef-mate
Herta
Maggi
*Osem/Tivall
Stouffer’s
Hot Pockets
Lean Cuisine
Lean Pockets
Ortega
Croissant Pockets

Cereals:
(Note about General Mills: It's a 50/50 with Nestle, from what I can find. It's half-owned)
Cheerios
Honey Nut Cheerios
Cinnamon and Golden Grahams
Clusters
Cookie Crisp
Shreddies
Fibre 1
Fitnesse
Force Flakes
Fruitful
Golden Nuggets
Life (only in Canada)
Nesquik cereal
Shredded Wheat including: Bitesize, Fruitful, Honey Nut
Shreddies: Coco and frosted

Cosmetics & Hair Care:
Biotherm
Body Shop
Cosmence
Garnier
Helena Rubenstein
Innéov
La Roche-Posay
Lancome
L'Oreal
Matrix
Maybelline
Metamorphosis
Plénitude
Redken

Pet Foods:
Arthur's
Alpo
Aquari-Yums
Bakers
Beggin’ Strips
Beneful
BETA
Busy Bone
Bonio
Cat Chow
Chew-Eez
Chew-Rific
Chunky
Deli-Cat
Dog Chow
Essentials
Faa
Fancy Feast
Felix
Fit N Trim
Friskies
Go-Cat
Go-dog
Gourmet
High Pro
Kibbles and Chunks
Kit ‘N Kaboodle
Kitten Chow
Might Dog
Moist & Meaty
Pro Plan
Puppy Chow
Purina
Tidy Cats (litter)
T Bonz
Tender Vittles
Spiller's
Vital Balance
Veterinary Diets
Whisker Lickin’s
Winalot
Yesterday’s News (litter)

Ingredients:
Buitoni
Trio
Tollhouse
Minor’s
Ortega
Stouffer’s
Albers
KLIM
Libby’s
Maggi Seasonings
Nestle Dessert Toppings

Other:
Gerber Life Insurance
Jenny Craig

Restaurant Items:
Wendy's Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough "Twisted Frosty"

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by on Feb. 10, 2008 at 8:09 PM
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Kat770
by on May. 7, 2010 at 10:45 PM

I heard somewhere that Redbook Mag is owned by Nestle.  (Hence the anti-breastfeeding articles written by "brave" women)-- any info on whether Hearst publications is affiliated with Nestle?

Kat770
by on May. 7, 2010 at 10:50 PM

oh, also, another product--- Nestle Nido.  nestlenido.com

it's a powdered milk for children targeted at the Hispanic audience- sold in Latin food sections of the grocery store.

 

Does Nestle make chocolate-flavored toddler formula yet? (lol)

RanaAurora
by Group Owner on May. 8, 2010 at 12:13 AM


Quoting Kat770:

I heard somewhere that Redbook Mag is owned by Nestle.  (Hence the anti-breastfeeding articles written by "brave" women)-- any info on whether Hearst publications is affiliated with Nestle?

Free advertising agreement... make of that what you will:

HEARST MAGAZINES AND FOOD NETWORK COLLABORATE ON MAGAZINE PROJECT

NEW YORK, September 8, 2008 - Hearst Magazines and Food Network today announced that they are partnering to create Food Network Magazine, a publication about food and entertaining that will be tested in the market starting this fall. The magazine will appeal to food lovers and Food Network fans of all ages and culinary abilities, offering pages of accessible recipes and tips, as well as unprecedented access to America's favorite Food Network stars.

The premiere issue is scheduled to hit newsstands nationwide on October 14, with a second test issue planned for January. Initial distribution will be 300,000 copies. Maile Carpenter, formerly executive editor of Every Day with Rachael Ray, is the magazine's editor-in-chief.

The magazine concept is to feature various Food Network talent - from the Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten to Paula Deen, Guy Fieri, Alton Brown and Tyler Florence - throughout its pages, offering readers their personal tips, tricks and recipes, plus a behind-the-scenes look at their shows and kitchens. Recipes from the Food Network Kitchens will be divided into easy weeknight meals and dishes more suited to weekend entertaining. In addition, the magazine will showcase great kitchen tools, food products, new restaurants, original recipes and the best food across America.

"There is already an enormous and passionate fan following for Food Network and we are capitalizing on that powerful connection with a magazine aimed at these loyal food lovers," said Cathie Black, president, Hearst Magazines. "Food Network Magazine will be lively, fun and accessible just like the network. And we know from other magazines that we already publish, like O, the Oprah Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Country Living and Redbook, that food, recipes and entertaining are core subjects of great interest to our readers. We are thrilled to be in partnership with Scripps Networks and its Food Network."

Brooke Johnson, president, Food Network, said Hearst has extensive expertise in magazine publishing, newsstand distribution and joint ventures, which makes them a great fit for this collaboration. "Food Network's goal is to make cooking fun and accessible for everyone, which we believe we will accomplish even further with this magazine test. We are confident there will be a big appetite for a Food Network Magazine and that our viewers will quickly become avid magazine readers."

The first test issue will be 160 total pages - 110 of them editorial and 50 advertising. Advertisers include: Best Buy, Campbell's, Chevy, Delta, Ford, JCPenney, Kendall-Jackson, Kitchen-Aid, Kodak, Kraft, Lowe's, Nestle, Target and Wal-Mart.

RanaAurora
by Group Owner on May. 8, 2010 at 12:13 AM


Quoting Kat770:

oh, also, another product--- Nestle Nido.  nestlenido.com

it's a powdered milk for children targeted at the Hispanic audience- sold in Latin food sections of the grocery store.


Does Nestle make chocolate-flavored toddler formula yet? (lol)

GRR!

Check out the "Not racist" cartoon thing I put up in a post in here.

Chocolate formula... it's only a matter of time.

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