With its diverse range of products, Nestle has always been a big part of my life. Milo has accompanied me throughout the years, while KitKat has never failed to cheer me up when I need a break. You can also find Koko Krunch, Maggi, and Smarties in my kitchen.
So when I first knew that I would be visiting Nestle Headquarters in Vevey Switzerland, I was very excited. Well, I think the word ‘excited’ is an understatement. I was thrilled and very happy.
Not everyone can visit it, of course, and it makes our trip even more special. Let me take you guys on a tour, and give you an exclusive peek of the Nestle Headquarters in Vevey Switzerland.
Visiting Nestle’s headquarters in Switzerland has got to be one of the highlights of my entire year. I mean, how often do you get a chance like that? Not only did we visit the headquarters, we also explored Vevey (a quaint little town by the Lake Geneva), visited the cheese factory, took a tour in Nestle Cailler chocolate factory, tasted Swiss cuisine, and enjoyed the magnificent scenery.
Nestle, as we all know, is the world’s leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness company. Besides having lots of fun, I also had the privilege of learning more about the brand during this trip.
Switzerland is a beautiful country and I hope everyone will get a chance to visit it one day. Meanwhile, I want to share my journey with you through the blog. Join me on an adventure with Nestle to Switzerland!
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Last month, I had the chance to visit Nestle’s headquarters in Switzerland and it was a amazing trip as I learned so much about the brand.
Nestle, the world’s leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness company, is a familiar name for everyone. From your favourite Milo, to KitKat and Smarties, to Nespresso and Maggi – these are products that have accompanied us for many years, and are firmly part of our daily lives.
This year, Nestle celebrates its 100 years in Singapore. It has built a special bond with Singaporeans by being present in our lives through the offering of nourishing products enjoyed by all in the family.
As part of its celebration, the company has started an initiative “Nestle 100 Wishes” to fulfil the wishes of 100 lucky people this year. It’s really nice to see a big company like Nestle giving back to the community.
Do drop by Nestle’s website to find out more about the 100 years celebration. Next week, I will be sharing more about our trip to Nestle’s headquarters and chocolate factory.
Full Disclosure & Fine Print: I travelled to Switzerland as a guest of Nestle and Finnair. No monetary benefits were received, only air tickets and hotel accommodations were sponsored.
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