Partnerships and collective action

As a global company, Nestlé faces a wide range of complex challenges, from rising obesity to child labor and climate change. We need to pursue joint action to achieve sustainable results. By building relationships with partners and like-minded stakeholders at all levels, we enable our people to listen, learn and contribute effectively.



We partner with others to deliver a bigger impact

We benefit from engaging with diverse stakeholders and, by working together, we maximize what can be achieved. These stakeholders include multilateral agencies, international organizations, governments, academia, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and industry bodies.

Nestlé only considers partnerships that are relevant to our CSV commitments and that have a significant impact. To identify the best matches, we have established specific criteria that guide us in the selection process. This list of partnership criteria helps contacting organizations, and Nestlé, define how a partnership will generate added value to both parties.



Our partnership selection criteria

  • Relevance of partnership focus to Creating Shared Value (CSV) and our commitments.
  • Partnership ability to solve a problem or to add value.
  • Impact and scale of proposed partnership, to make a difference.
  • Financial value and other resources, aligned with impact and scale.
  • Little overlap with existing partnerships.
  • Geographical scope: global, regional or local.
  • Alignment with the Nestlé Corporate Business Principles.


Collaborating for a positive impact

To offer an insight into and transparency around our main relationships, we have outlined them below. We include links to their external websites and to associated information in this report.

  • Key organizations Achievements and outcomes
    In celebration of 10 years of Through the We signed a memorandum of understanding with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation to explore further partnership opportunities beyond our current project in Vietnam, which focuses on irrigation in the coffee supply chain.
    Nestlé is one of 34 members of the Global Compact LEAD, a group of highly engaged companies from across all regions and sectors that represent the cutting-edge of the Nestlé is member of the ), human rights, communities (see ), greenhouse gas emissions and renewable energy, as well as reporting. Nestlé also plays an active role in the Food Reform for Sustainability and Health program (FReSH), which is designed to accelerate transformational change in global food systems, to reach healthy, enjoyable diets for all, that are produced responsibly within planetary boundaries. This initiative is a joint program between EAT and WBCSD.
  • Key organizations Achievements and outcomes
    In one of the largest public–private partnerships of its kind, we’re looking at the impact of nutrition and lifestyle on maternal and infant health as part of the EpiGen Global Research Consortium (EpiGen). Through EpiGen’s NiPPeR study, we are exploring whether a specific combination of nutrients and probiotics, taken before conception and during pregnancy, improves the health of mothers and their babies.

    In 2008, we helped create the International Food & Beverage Alliance, to help individuals and families around the world achieve balanced diets and lead healthy, active lifestyles. Together with 10 other leading food and non-alcoholic beverage companies, we work to support the:

    • World Health Organization’s 2004 Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health.
    • The WHO Global Action Plan on the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases, 2013–2020.
    • The recommendations of the 2011 UN Political Declaration of the High-level Meeting on the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases.
  • Key organizations Achievements and outcomes
    We work closely with external bodies such as the The Together with other multinationals, we launched in 2011 a network that helps dual-career spouses with their local job search and professional integration in a new country. The Proforest supports our activities toward meeting our commitment to eliminate deforestation from our supply chain. It works with our soya suppliers on continuous improvements, focusing on deforestation and biodiversity. We also work with Proforest to address human rights, including working and living conditions, and sustainability risks in our sugar supply chain. In 2017, its assessments identified challenges in Negros Occidental, the Philippines’ largest sugar-producing region. As a result, we were able to start implementing effective solutions, such as training farming households and facilitating the removal of children from the workforce.
    The Nespresso AAA Sustainable Quality? Program, developed in collaboration with the Rainforest Alliance, aims to protect the highest-quality coffees required for Nespresso Grands Crus, preserve the environment and enhance farmer welfare. Both the Nespresso Program and the Nescafé Plan work closely with the Rainforest Alliance to assess and measure the impact of our actions on farmers, communities and landscapes.
    Our Rural Development Framework, a diagnostic tool to support a consistent approach to rural development and enhancing rural livelihoods, was developed in collaboration with several key partners, including Solidaridad. We have also worked with the

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    We continue to work with Verité, an NGO specializing in fair labor, to assess the extent and causes of labor rights abuses in our seafood supply chain. Its investigations in the Thai seafood industry have enabled us to identify several serious challenges and start developing remedies. In 2017, we began working with Verité to assess labor rights violations in our coffee supply chain in Mexico. Because of our partnership, we are now developing a system to help address such violations.
  • Key organizations Achievements and outcomes
    We currently chair the The Nestlé Waters North America co-founded the California Water Action Collaborative ( We are a member of Champions 12.3, a coalition of business executives dedicated to supporting the UN’s efforts to reduce food loss and waste via SDG target 12.3. We have participated in a business case work group, which launched , and contributed to the , .
    The We are a founding signatory of the CEO Water Mandate, endorsed by leading companies looking to develop, implement and disclose their water sustainability policies and practices. We publish an annual Communication on Progress and sit on the Mandate’s steering committee. In 2018, we supported a business day bringing together companies, governments and institutions, ahead of the World Water Forum in Brasilia, as well as the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the 2030 Water Resources Group, the CEO Water Mandate and the local Global Compact Network in Brazil. We also helped set up a working group of companies in Panama to support the acceleration of the National Water Plan, ‘agua para todos’.
    Together with the WRI, we are working on practical and open-source methodologies to assess the cost/benefit of water stewardship. One evaluates the cost of water stewardship for all major river basins worldwide, while another offers to quantify the outcomes of water stewardship initiatives implemented (Water Stewardship Benefit Accounting Methodology – WSBAM).

Additional key relationships are listed below, and information provided in our report (pdf, 4.6Mb).

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