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Fun for good

Inspiring responsible choices with a splash of fun.

At Nesquik®, we want to make it fun to contribute to a more sustainable world. On this page, you can find out more about our commitments to consumers, communities and the planet, including the responsible ways we source our ingredients and manage our factories, and our commitment to sugar reduction and more sustainable packaging.

Taking Action

Explore how we’re taking action.

Nutrition can be fun

We believe that good nutrition can be fun and tasty. From the calcium and vitamin D of milk to the goodness of plant-based ingredients and whole grains, Nesquik® provides lots of the nutrients that your child needs. The World Health Organisation recommends just 5-10% of your daily energy intake should be from added sugars, so we’re committed to reducing added sugars in our original recipe while continuing to delight tastebuds.

Our contribution to a better planet

At Nesquik®, we commit to having 100% of our packaging designed for recycling by 2025. We are working every day to find new solutions for minimising waste, from relying more on paper packaging to helping your kids discover fun ways to reuse and upcycle your iconic Nesquik® boxes.

Our cocoa tastes good and does good too

We are committed to improving the lives of cocoa farmers, their families and their communities. Working with 541 communities, we’ve trained more than 57,000 cocoa farmers to help support their livelihoods. Everyone should have a fun and healthy childhood, so we’ve helped build or renovate 40 schools in these communities to ensure that their children have access to education, as well as raising awareness about the issue of child labour.

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