Our Nutrition Partners
We believe that we have a shared responsibility – together with governments, other companies, non-government agencies, the healthcare profession, and other community stakeholders. We create and maintain mutually beneficial and long-term relationships with partners to accomplish shared goals.
Nestlé NZ has partnered with DNZ since 2001 in support of the dietetic profession. Nestlé employs over 30 APDs in Oceania who work to improve its products in line with the nutritional needs of the New Zealand population, provide clear guidance on portion size, and support responsible consumption with education.Read More
Since 2002 Nestlé has been a sponsor of AUT Millennium in the area of nutrition. Together we have created a wide range of resources and initiatives to encourage healthy eating, nutrition understanding and physical activity throughout the community both for children and adults. The Nestlé Healthy Active Kids programme is run in partnership with AUT Millennium.Read More
Nestlé and the NZ Nutrition Foundation have been partners for a number of years to enhance the quality of life of New Zealanders by encouraging informed, healthy and enjoyable food choices, as part of an active lifestyle. They are a key partner of our community programs Nestlé Cook for Life and Nestlé Healthy Active Kids.Read More
The involvement of Massey University MSc Dietetic and Nutrition students in the delivery of the Nestle Cook for Life programme helps to enable over 500 Year 10 students at Manurewa High School, one of the largest Decile 1 schools in New Zealand, to participate in the educational programme every year.Read More
Nestlé products displaying the GI symbol have been tested at an Accredited Laboratory to meet stringent nutrition criteria so that they are all-round healthy choices. Studies have shown that following a low GI diet may have benefits for improved management of blood glucose levels, weight control and reduce the risk of a number of health problems such as Diabetes.Read More