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Nestlé Golden Chef Crowned
With a 55 year history, Nestlé GOLDEN CHEF'S HAT AWARD adapted to a new virtual format in 2020.
The Award sourced a top ten line-up of young chef talent from right across Australia and New Zealand to find the 2020 Golden Chef of the Year.
Save our Local and #HospitalityStrong, two great initiatives we’re getting behind
In response to the many challenges being faced by our industry, Nestlé Professional is committed to supporting the foodservice community by partnering with industry initiatives like Save Our Locals and #HospitalityStrong.
A Message from Scott Stuckmann, Business Executive Officer, Nestlé Professional Oceania.Read the article
Standing by our chefs - Nestlé Golden Chefs Hat Award reimagined
This year looks very different for everyone on many fronts and the impacts of these challenging times are being felt closely in the hospitality industry. As a result, the Nestlé Golden Chef’s Hat Award has had to adapt to reflect these changing times.
Committed to helping improve the wellbeing and livelihoods of our customers and our community
At Nestlé Professional, we care deeply for people and for the communities in this amazing industry in which we operate. In the days and weeks ahead, we will all need to continue to adjust to different ways of living and working. Here, we're sharing what we're currently doing to show our support.
The Australian Bushfires – We’d like to say Thank You
The team behind NESCAFÉ Blend 43 produced a specially marked tin as a gesture of thanks to local heroes; Australia’s volunteers who brought the Australian community spirit to life during the devastating fires.
COVID-19 and the impact on Foodservice - Delivery & Take-away tips
COVID-19 is continuing to send shock waves around the world, with each week and each day bringing updates and new restrictions. The repercussions of this are growing with each restriction, and consequently are having massive impacts on the hospitality sector - small to large businesses, as well as individuals personal and work lives.
The serious effect of the Coronavirus and the Bushfires on the Australian foodservice industry
Since December, two different disasters have hit Australia - the Coronavirus and the Australian bushfires. Both completely different, yet overlapping in destruction as the knock on effect has affected the foodservice and hospitality sector. Here's why and what people are doing to help.
Backing our Culinary Olympics National Youth team all the way!
Australia’s top national young chef talent are gearing up to compete in the world’s oldest, largest and most diverse international exhibition of culinary arts, the one and only IKA/Culinary Olympics!
The future of foodservice is looking extraordinary! Some highlights from this year's competition...
That’s a wrap for the 2019 Nestlé Golden Chef Hat Awards! On the 9th and 10th of September 10 teams from around Australia battled it out at the Fine Food Show in Sydney to win the title of National Champions for 2019.
Nestlé Professional inspires children to live healthier lives for International Chefs DayRead the article
Supporting Drought-Affected Australian Farmers
Australia is experiencing it's worst drought in more than 100 years. Nestlé Australia will be supporting the drought relief efforts.
Jeremy Donovan creates art for the NESCAFÉ Blend 43 coffee tin
Watch Artist Jeremy Donovan speak about the NESCAFÉ Blend 43 project and the inspiration behind his art on a tin of coffee.
KitKat hits 100% sustainable cocoa goal in world first
KitKat has become the first global confectionery brand sourced from 100% certified sustainable cocoa, supplied through the Nestlé Cocoa Plan that aims to improve lives in farming communities and the quality of beans.
'Good Food, Good Life': Celebrating 150 years of Nestlé.
As Nestlé’ celebrates 150 years, the company holds true to its conviction that to prosper in the long-term, it must create value for shareholders, the communities where it operates, and wider society.
Milo Now Made With Sustainable Cocoa
Nestlé Australia announced in August 2015 that the cocoa used in Milo is now sourced and produced sustainably on farms with safe working practices.
The Nestlé Cocoa Plan Journey – 2014 Achievements
Nestlé Australia was the first major chocolate manufacturer in Australia to source all the cocoa for its retail chocolate business from certified sustainable cocoa producers.