Beirut, 13 April 2020: Food and Beverage manufacturers are working hard to ensure supply and distribution of essential goods in order to meet growing demand in the region during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this video, Nestlé provides an overview of its manufacturing, distribution, and safety measures in the Middle East and North Africa, where it operates 25 food and water factories, primarily meeting the needs of 19 countries in the region.
The company has announced its commitment to ensuring continued production and delivery of its foods and beverages to consumers, while implementing the highest level of hygiene, food safety, and social distancing.
More than 10,000 Nestlé employees are working tirelessly at the frontline; in factories, warehouses and logistics, sales, and home delivery.
For more information, please contact:
Layal Dalal, Nestlé Media Relations Manager, Middle East and North Africa
Email: [email protected]
About Nestlé in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
Nestlé’s heritage in the Middle East and North Africa goes back over 100 years with the sale of the first Infant Cereals in Egypt. Today, Nestlé operates 25 Food & Beverage factories across the 19 countries of the MENA Region, and provides direct employment to more than 15,000 people who are all committed to Nestlé’s purpose of Enhancing Quality of Life and Contributing to a Healthier Future. Nestlé MENA also provides indirect employment across the region to several thousand more.
The Nestlé portfolio in the region currently exceeds 60 innovative product brands in a wide range of categories: Dairy, Infant Nutrition, Coffee and Creamers, Confectionery, Bottled Water, Breakfast Cereals, Culinary products, Health Science, and Pet Care, among others. Nestlé NIDO, Nestlé CERELAC, Nestlé NAN, S-26, PROGRESS, NESCAFÉ, NESPRESSO, Bonjorno Café, Coffee-mate, KitKat, MAGGI, Nestlé FITNESS, Nestlé Grain d’Or, Nestlé Pure Life, OPTIFAST, and PURINA Friskies are just some of the brands available in the Middle East and North Africa.
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