Your Kitchen, A Year Older: 4 Ways Food Companies Will Evolve in 2017

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Your Kitchen, A Year Older: 4 Ways Food Companies Will Evolve in 2017

Nestlé USA CEO shares what food companies need to prioritize in 2017 and how Nestlé plans to lead the way

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Tuesday, December 27, 2016 - 2:15pm

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Some things about food never change―it can bring people together to share a meal, satisfy cravings and nourish our bodies and souls. Other things, like the enormous popularity of gelatin salads in the 1930s, have their moment at the table and depart into culinary obscurity.

Today, we’re on the cusp of a changing food system. We’ll need to feed more people around the world than ever before. At the same time, we’re finding more personalized and customized nutrition options for unique health needs and tastes, along with addressing broadly shifting consumer preferences.

At Nestlé, both here in the U.S. and around the world, we’re on a mission to continuously improve the high quality food we serve. Our ability to innovate has kept us in business for 150 years, and will be critical as we step into our next 150 years and beyond. As we look to 2017, food companies like ours must meet diverse nutrition needs and ever-evolving consumer preferences. We’re working to reduce salt, sugar and saturated fats without sacrificing the taste or quality our consumers know and expect. Meanwhile, we’re simplifying more of our ingredients and shortening ingredient lists. We will continue to raise the bar on food safety and invest in local communities as part of our commitment to improve nutrition, health and wellness.

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Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Innovation | Nestle | creating shared value | food | kitchens

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