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What about the Pollywaffle?

So, it has come to my attention that a lot of people don’t know about certain Chocolate Bars and Sweets that have been discontinued over the years. 439 more words

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I actually just made the greatest chocolate chip cookies

This is not a joke. My mother has been a home economics teacher for my entire existence. Yes, that is an actual job. Meaning she cooks & sews FOR A LIVING. 463 more words

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Nestle - viele Marken unter einem Dach

Das Schweizer Unternehmen Nestlé ist einer der größten Nahrungsmittelhersteller weltweit. Die Produkte von Nestlé sind auf der ganzen Welt erhältlich. Neben Tiefkühlprodukten, verschiedenen Getränken (Kaffee, Tee, Mineralwasser etc.), Milchprodukten und Süßwaren werden auch pharmazeutische Produkte, Spezialnahrungsmittel, Babyprodukte und Produkte für Heimtiere hergestellt. 103 more words

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Happy New Year 2015 Nescafe...so what should we expect ??

NESCAFE that is a brand of NESTLE , has a wide umbrella of products under it’s name . NESCAFE yatra originates from the combination of two words that is ‘NES’of NESTLE which means miracle and CAFE, CAFE is coffee in PORTUGESE so adding up “miracle with coffee” . 346 more words

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Nestle scouts SU for future employees

The Silliman University (SU) Corps TO LEVEL UP the skills of top students and to search for potential employees, Nestle Philippines conducted an orientation for Management Immersion for Leader Excellence (MILE) program in Silliman University (SU) last Sept. 350 more words

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Inspired by DiGiorno Pizza (Nestle)

Nowadays it seems as if everyone and their mother is on social media, including consumer packaged goods brands such as Tide and Clorox. Most brands use Twitter to address questions/complaints from consumers, retweet positive reviews, post promotions, or share photos/articles. 128 more words

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In Japan, KitKat is the king of candy.

Launched in northern England in the 1930s, Nestlé Kit Kat was exported to Japan more recently.
The word kit-kat sounds very close to kitto katsu, that could be translated into “sure succeed” , 127 more words

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