We all know Nestle for their chocolate but you may be surprised that they make much more than that. This, combined with the fact that they are one of the largest companies in existence, leads me to believe that they are likely much bigger than you know.
Note: I wrote too many zeros when I showed 3 billion. My mistake.
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Nestle are cannibals. You add НЕК-293 Human Embrionic Kidney into your 'products', including Gerber, Nestea, KitKat, etc. American cannibal company Senomyx created HEK-293. Nestle is its partner.
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"It's written right there!"
In the corner, in much smaller text than anything else. Is it really so surprising that it's overlooked, Company Man? When you look at something, your eyes are naturally drawn to the center, or wherever there's something to look at. Usually on food boxes that's the center, where the product is pictured along with its name. And when you're focused on one thing, you're very likely to miss something else in the periphery.
I remember there was a study done once showing how focus can seriously give you tunnel vision. They made a video of several people tossing a ball to one another, and about halfway through a person in a gorilla costume just walks by. They then took the video and showed it to study participants, telling them beforehand to do their best to keep track of the ball at all times. At the end, they were asked if they noticed the person in the gorilla costume, and something like 80% of people had no idea what they were talking about. Shown the film a second time, no long focusing on one aspect, they easily noticed the gorilla and were astounded. So, yeah. Hiding in plain sight is a thing that works. You just need something else to attract attention more than you.
Heck, Nestle even bought out the San Francisco Bay Area favorite 3rd wave coffeehouse chain, Blue Bottle Coffee. The average person wouldn't even notice though; the Nestle name isn't attached to Blue Bottle or on the packaging of any of their coffee offerings.
I already knew:
Purina(the dog food)
Fancy (dog food too)
Drumsticks(the ice cream)
Stoffers (I think that’s how you spell them)
Purelife (the water)
Also the spring water in the green bottle uhh.. Portland spring? Something like that
Friskies (the dog treats)
Stella McCartney’s (is that spelled right)
Delisso (I’m not always good with name)
Carnation (like the condensed milk )
Anddd I have one more on the tip of my thumbs but can’t remember the name
Idk if it’s like (after eight ice cream) or... eh...
There's really only like a dozen or so major umbrella corporations that are responsible for the products we buy. http://thirdmonk.net/knowledge/corporate-control-infographic.html
I already knew about; the Nestle's crunch bar, the chocolate drink and the water. Honestly, that's it. I know they're one of the larger corporations in the world and they make a lot of products but I don't know what they are. I also hear they do some questionable things.
Well, I'm not really all that surprised that they have so many products that are so diverse but I was a little surprised that they make both Jack's and Tombstone pizzas. They're both basically the same. One is slightly better than the other, I forget which but they're still basically the same product. Frozen pizza for people who don't really want a great frozen pizza and neither do they want a super cheap one. A "Just feed me already" pizza.
I already knew: as water, ice cream (i feel like they do bc sweets but i didn’t remember eating it?), coffee, cereal, chocolate, candies.. although that answer sounds rather vague, i seriously can’t remember specific names 😞 i just know that they have products in those things.
i hate nestle and dont support it. right now i know they own hot chocolate mix, chocolate bars, candies, bottled water, gallon water, purina (which has wagging treats, terrible), digornio, ice cream?, probably some form of baby food? im not sure
edit: i mean wagging train
НЕК-293 Human Embrionic Kidney is added into the 'products' of Nestle (Gerber, Nestea, KitKat, etc.), Maggi, all kinds of coffee with cream, PepsiCola... American cannibal company Senomyx created HEK-293. Her partners are indicated at her official site. Among them are Nestle, Maggi, PepsiCola and some other British, American, Japanese alimentary companies.
There's plenty of information in the Internet.
I already knew: Chocolate, Smarties, water, chiccorì, biancorì, galak, milk for lactant (aptamil e Nidina, I think), pet food (Purina), nequick, nescafè, nespresso, Motta icecream, Buitoni, Perrugina... but Now I have to stop writing...
I already knew Nescafe, Nesquick, Nestea, carnation, KitKat, Rolo, Smarties, Nerds, Oh Henry, Drumsticks, Haagan Dahzs, and Nestle Pure Life. Then again, I love looking at consolidation in industries and candy is certainly full of it.
Company Man, that was an incredible video and it enlightened me when I thought I knew it all!
Don’t forget that Nestle is a major stakeholder of L’Oréal what means that it indirectly operates such beands as L’Oréal Paris, Garnier, Maybelline, Kiehl’s, Armani Beauty, YSL beauty, Lancome, NYX, Vichy and many othersa
I was familiar with the Purina brand being Nestle, because I was familiar with Purina long before (I'm from rural Illinois). This made me go look them up tho, because I remembered it as Ralston Purina back in the day. Sure enough, I was right, but I always thought Ralston was a company founder or something. It's not, and the story is rooted in what sounds like a racist eugenics-based cult. No lie, check it out.
One of the latest things Nestle did on M/A is SELLING their US CONFECTIONERY (chocolate and candies) business to Italy's Ferrero (Rocher, Nutella, Kinder...), so now Butterfingers and Nestle's chocolate bars in US are now on Ferrero's hands (Kit Kat and Rolo, OTOH, are still made in US by Hershey's as the contract w/those brands former owner is still active and valid).
Now the US confectionery market is now ruled by MarsWrigley, Hershey's, Mondelez and Ferrero.