in

Nestlé introduces paper straws across ready-to drink products

LAHORE – Nestlé Pakistan has introduced paper straws across its entire ready-to drink (RTD) product range, making it the first food and beverage company in Pakistan to do so. The initiative will eliminate over 400 million plastic straws, marking a breakthrough in its sustainable packaging transformation journey. This is in line with the company’s global pledge to make its packaging 100 per cent recyclable and reusable by 2025. Nestlé Pakistan’s brands – NESVITA, MILO®, FRUITAVITALS, NESFRUTA and NESCAFÉ’s RTD products – are now in the market with paper straws that are made from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper. Samer Chedid, Chief Executive Officer, Nestlé Pakistan said, “We have introduced paper straws across our RTD products that have been sourced responsibly, meet stringent quality requirements and are safe to drink from.” Chedid pointed out, “Plastic packaging plays an important role in safely delivering high quality food and drinks to…

Read further.

Graphic: Potential South Africa ‘A’ teams vs British & Irish Lions

Abu Dhabi Evening Desert safari