NESR.DE - Nestlé S.A.

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
90.56
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Previous Close90.56
Open90.54
Bid0.00 x 98200
Ask0.00 x 50000
Day's Range90.28 - 91.17
52 Week Range68.36 - 92.24
Volume36,816
Avg. Volume11,283
Market Cap287.108B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.26
PE Ratio (TTM)33.87
EPS (TTM)2.67
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.15 (2.38%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-04-15
1y Target EstN/A
  • Barrons.com

    Nestlé Stock Still Looks Appetizing After Big Gain

    Shares of the Swiss giant have risen more than 30% in the past 12 months. The packaged-foods company is streamlining operations and investing in new brands and markets.

  • Bloomberg

    Nestle Revamps Veggie Burger Recipe Amid Competition

    (Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here.Nestle SA is tweaking the recipe of its vegetarian burgers after half a year on the market amid stiffening competition for meat substitutes.Garden Gourmet Incredible Burgers will be juicier and have more of a grilled-beef flavor, the Swiss food giant said Friday. Nestle will also launch a ground beef alternative called Garden Gourmet Incredible Mince in Austria, Germany, Norway and Sweden next month. The soy-based product can be molded into meatballs and cooks up like raw beef.Nestle Chief Executive Officer Mark Schneider is revamping the company’s faux-meat offering as a wave of upstart competitors including Beyond Meat Inc. and Impossible Foods Inc. enters the mainstream. He’s been pushing Nestle managers to accelerate development of products like the Incredible Burger and accept the risk that they may need reworking.Beyond Meat has stormed into fast-food and high volume catering in collaborations with Tim Hortons, Dunkin’ Donuts and Aramark. Closely held Impossible Foods’s burger is on menus at some 10,000 restaurants -- including White Castle, Red Robin and Burger King, according to the company.Nestle started selling Incredible Burgers in Europe in April and aims to introduce a version called the Awesome Burger for the U.S. market this fall. The company declined to comment on the outlook for expanding its relationship with McDonald’s Corp., which sells Incredible Burgers in Germany.The Incredible Burger has yet to come to the U.K., one of the most promising markets for meat substitutes, according to Wayne England, head of Nestle’s food business. Nestle ended a test of other Garden Gourmet items in Britain with a customer it didn’t identify earlier this year, and it no longer sells the line of products in the U.K., according to a spokesman.(Corrects to show Nestle stopped selling Garden Gourmet products in the U.K.)To contact the reporter on this story: Thomas Mulier in Geneva at tmulier@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Eric Pfanner at epfanner1@bloomberg.net, John Lauerman, Jennifer RyanFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Nestle to invest almost $250 million in Brazil over the next three years
    Reuters

    Nestle to invest almost $250 million in Brazil over the next three years

    Nestle SA said on Wednesday it will invest 1 billion reais (about $250 million) in Brazil's Sao Paulo state over the next three years to introduce new production lines and technologies in existing factories, as well as push forward a digital transformation. The announcement comes as the Sao Paulo Governor João Dória, strives to draw investments to the state and boost industrial jobs in Brazil's historic manufacturing center. On Aug. 9, he unveiled during a trip to China that Huawei Technologies Co Ltd would invest $800 million to build a second plant in Sao Paulo.

  • Nestle starts selling Starbucks-branded coffee in China
    Reuters

    Nestle starts selling Starbucks-branded coffee in China

    Food giant Nestle on Thursday started selling Starbucks-branded coffee in mainland China, seeking to tap growth in a market where it says coffee consumption per capita remains low compared to global standards. Nestle last year paid $7.15 billion for exclusive rights to sell the U.S. chain's coffees and teas globally, and began selling Starbucks-labelled products in Europe, Asia and Latin America in February. The world's largest food company will start selling 21 Starbucks-branded capsule and instant coffee products on Chinese e-commerce platforms like Alibaba's Tmall and JD.com, as well as to offices and hotels in tier-1 cities, both companies said.

  • ChromaDex Corporation (CDXC) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
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    CDXC earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • Stronger Growth Boosts Nestle's Prospects
    Motley Fool

    Stronger Growth Boosts Nestle's Prospects

    The Swiss food giant continued to build momentum in the first half of 2019.

  • Reuters

    RPT-FOCUS -As rural India develops taste for chocolate, a dominant Mondelez extends its reach

    CHICAGO/HAROHALLI, India, July 29 (Reuters) - Two years ago, Satish P., a bakery owner in the small village of Harohalli near Bengaluru, had his doubts about stocking Mondelez's Cadbury Silk bars. As Satish and other Harohalli shopkeepers have found chocolate sales in India are taking off, helped by growth in disposable incomes that extends to the country's 650,000 poorer villages where more than two-thirds of the population reside. A boom in e-commerce and a sharp tax cut are also propelling sales higher, spurring global confectioners like Mondelez International Inc, Nestle SA and relative newcomer Hershey Co to invest further in the still small but rapidly expanding market.

  • As rural India develops taste for chocolate, a dominant Mondelez extends its reach
    Reuters

    As rural India develops taste for chocolate, a dominant Mondelez extends its reach

    CHICAGO/HAROHALLI, India (Reuters) - Two years ago, Satish P., a bakery owner in the small village of Harohalli near Bengaluru, had his doubts about stocking Mondelez's Cadbury Silk bars. As Satish and other Harohalli shopkeepers have found chocolate sales in India are taking off, helped by growth in disposable incomes that extends to the country's 650,000 poorer villages where more than two-thirds of the population reside. A boom in e-commerce and a sharp tax cut are also propelling sales higher, spurring global confectioners like Mondelez International Inc, Nestle SA and relative newcomer Hershey Co to invest further in the still small but rapidly expanding market.

  • Nestle posts first-half organic growth of 3.6%
    Reuters

    Nestle posts first-half organic growth of 3.6%

    Food giant Nestle said strong demand for its products in the United States and Brazil helped the KitKat chocolate bar maker post its fastest sales growth in three years during the second quarter. Organic sales, which strip out currency swings and acquisitions and disposals, accelerated to 3.9% in the three months to the end of June, the highest rate since the first quarter of 2016. "Our growth was broad-based with our largest market, the United States, performing particularly well," Chief Executive Mark Schneider said in a statement.

  • Unilever, Tesco, Nestle ranked top on meat alternatives: report
    Reuters

    Unilever, Tesco, Nestle ranked top on meat alternatives: report

        The report by the Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return (FAIRR) coalition showed 25 major retailers and manufacturers were developing strategies for sustainable protein products, recognising the risk of a strategy reliant on animal protein.     "Many have now begun a journey to diversify the protein products away from being predominantly animal-based, and towards low carbon and less resource intensive sources that are plant-based," said Jeremy Coller, founder of FAIRR, which includes institutions such as UBS and Schroders. Unilever, Tesco and Nestle were awarded top rankings for their work in understanding the impact and reducing risks associated with intensive animal agriculture, such as the emission of greenhouse gas.

  • Reuters

    Unilever, Tesco, Nestle ranked top on meat alternatives - report

    Unilever, Tesco and Nestlé are among the best prepared to capitalise on the trend for plant-based meat substitutes, according to a report from an investor group managing $5 trillion in assets. The report by the Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return (FAIRR) coalition showed 25 major retailers and manufacturers were developing strategies for sustainable protein products, recognising the risk of a strategy reliant on animal protein. Unilever, Tesco and Nestle were awarded top rankings for their work in understanding the impact and reducing risks associated with intensive animal agriculture, such as the emission of greenhouse gas.

  • Crypto News: Nestle to Track Food Via Blockchain, Venture Dealflow Remains Robust
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  • Nestle Waters teams up with Ocean Legacy for plastic waste cleanup
    Reuters

    Nestle Waters teams up with Ocean Legacy for plastic waste cleanup

    Nestle's bottled water division Nestle Waters, owner of Perrier and Vittel, said it would team up with Canada's Ocean Legacy Foundation to help to clean up plastic pollution. Many of them, including Nestle and French peer Danone, have made voluntary pledges to make all of their plastic packaging reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025. Non-profit group Ocean Legacy Foundation fights plastic ocean pollution with clean-up expeditions, land-based plastic collection, recycling, education and pollution hot-spot mapping.

  • Reuters

    FOCUS-Data 'R' Us: Alibaba, JD.com seek to lock in merchant loyalty with new services

    BEIJING/HANGZHOU, China, June 20 (Reuters) - In China, the sales maxim of 'know your customer' is being taken to new lengths. One of the first firms to join an Alibaba Group Holding Ltd programme that provides years of consumer shopping history, snack food chain Bestore Co Ltd plans to link facial recognition technology with the e-commerce giant's account data by the year's end. For customers opting to have their facial data in Bestore's systems, that means shop assistants will be able to check on what food they like the moment they enter one of its stores.

  • Data 'R' Us: Alibaba, JD.com seek to lock in merchant loyalty with new services
    Reuters

    Data 'R' Us: Alibaba, JD.com seek to lock in merchant loyalty with new services

    BEIJING/HANGZHOU, China (Reuters) - In China, the sales maxim of 'know your customer' is being taken to new lengths. One of the first firms to join an Alibaba Group Holding Ltd programme that provides years of consumer shopping history, snack food chain Bestore Co Ltd plans to link facial recognition technology with the e-commerce giant's account data by the year's end. For customers opting to have their facial data in Bestore's systems, that means shop assistants will be able to check on what food they like the moment they enter one of its stores.

  • Benzinga

    "Shipper Of Choice" – It Can Be A Sweet Deal To Partner With Nestle

    Being a "shipper of choice" is about being a good partner, and it often goes beyond the movement of goods. In the case of Swiss food products giant Nestle S.A., the tributes come from companies that it has worked with across the supply chain. XPO Logistics, Inc., the U.S.-based transport and logistics provider, has handled transport services for Nestle in Europe for years, a legacy of the business managed by Norbert Dentressangle, S.A., the French transport and logistics company that XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO) acquired in 2015.

  • Morningstar

    Do Foreign Small Caps Offer Better Diversification?

    When looking overseas, investors should note a key difference between large- and small-cap stocks that can potentially improve diversification. Many foreign small-cap stocks often sell a majority of their goods and services into local markets. The firm had a market capitalization of just under $1.8 billion at the end of 2018, securely landing in the small-cap segment of the Swiss stock market.

  • Corrected: No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships
    Reuters

    Corrected: No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships

    Nestle could expand its plant-based burger sales partnership with fast food chain McDonald's beyond Germany and is also looking for other partners, the Swiss food giant's head said on Tuesday. "McDonald's is an exciting and big customer, but it is not the only option and we have quite good capacity to cope with a (possible) extension beyond Germany," Marco Settembri, the Chief Executive of Nestle's Europe, Middle East and North Africa business said. The market for meat substitutes could soar to $140 billion over the next decade, according to Barclays, as many health- and climate-conscious consumers seek to reduce their meat consumption.

  • No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships
    Reuters

    No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships

    Nestle could expand its plant-based burger sales partnership with fast food chain McDonald's beyond Germany and is also looking for other partners, the Swiss food giant's head said on Tuesday. "McDonald's is an exciting and big customer, but it is not the only option and we have quite good capacity to cope with a (possible) extension beyond Germany," Marco Settembri, the Chief Executive of Nestle's Europe, Middle East and North Africa business said. The market for meat substitutes could soar to $140 billion over the next decade, according to Barclays, as many health- and climate-conscious consumers seek to reduce their meat consumption.

  • Reuters

    CORRECTED-No meat please! Nestle may extend plant-based burger partnerships

    Nestle could expand its plant-based burger sales partnership with fast food chain McDonald's beyond Germany and is also looking for other partners, the Swiss food giant's head said on Tuesday. "McDonald's is an exciting and big customer, but it is not the only option and we have quite good capacity to cope with a (possible) extension beyond Germany," Marco Settembri, the Chief Executive of Nestle's Europe, Middle East and North Africa business said. The market for meat substitutes could soar to $140 billion over the next decade, according to Barclays, as many health- and climate-conscious consumers seek to reduce their meat consumption.