Nestlé says majority of its food portfolio is unhealthy

This article from the Irish Times highlights findings from an internal Nestlé document stating that more than 60 per cent of the company's mainstream food and drinks products do not meet a “recognised definition of health” according to external standards and that “some of our categories and products will never be ‘healthy’ no matter how much we renovate”.

Based on a presentation to Nestlé executives and seen by the Financial Times, this piece from Judith Evans highlights the need for companies to do more to enable healthy eating, and also the importance and complexity of holding food businesses accountable for their impact on nutrition.

With quotes from Nestlé staff as well as critics, this news article is worth the read: Nestlé says majority of its food portfolio is unhealthy