Industry Group: Food Products
With a 150-year-plus history, Nestle is the largest food and beverage manufacturer in the world by sales, generating more than CHF 90 billion in annual revenue. Its diverse product portfolio includes brands such as Nestle, Nescafe, Perrier, Pure Life, and Purina. Nestle also owns just over 20% of French cosmetics firm L'Oreal. The company has a vast portfolio of global products, with more than 30 brands each achieving more than CHF 1 billion in sales annually and a geographic presence that spans almost 190 countries.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Food Products 99 out of 607
Global Universe 8632 out of 15359
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|Company||ESG Risk Rating||Industry Rank|
|Mondelez International, Inc.||
|36 out of 607|
|The Hershey Co.||
|96 out of 607|
|99 out of 607|
|The Kraft Heinz Co.||
|292 out of 607|
|Foshan Haitian Flavouring & Food Co., Ltd.||
|444 out of 607|
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Nestlé SA's Exposure is Medium
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Nestlé SA's Management of ESG Material Risk is Strong
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