Nestle has unveiled plans to recruit 1,600 young people in the UK and Ireland over the next three years.
Nestle is planning to close its Jenny Craig weight-loss business in the UK.
Nestle has started recruiting 400 staff at its coffee production plant in Tutbury, Derbyshire, following a £110m expansion project.
Nestle is planning to invest £500m at its 23 UK sites over the next three years, including previously-announced projects in Derbyshire and York.
Nestle is to invest £200m in the expansion of its coffee factory at Tutbury in Derbyshire, with the creation of 125 jobs, but its site in Hayes will close in 2014 with the redeployment of 230 staff.
Nestle is to relocate its UK headquarters and 840 staff from Croydon to 1 City Place in Crawley by the end of the year.
Nestle is to invest £110m in the expansion of its coffee products factory at Hatton in Derbyshire, with the creation of 300 jobs.
Nestle is seeking permission to extend its product technology centre in York, adding 35 new jobs to the 190-strong workforce over the next two years.
Nestle is to invest £1m in the expansion of its confectionery research and development centre in York by 2012.
Nestle is planning to close its chocolate confectionery factory in Castleford, with the loss of up to 210 jobs, but 120 new jobs will be created in Halifax and Fawdon.
Nestle is to conduct a public consultation on plans to relocate its bottled water plant and 86 staff to a larger site on the outskirts of Buxton by 2012.
Nestle is looking into the possibility of relocating its headquarters and 1,000-strong workforce away from Croydon, having failed to find a suitable location in the Croydon area.
Nestle has acquired Vitaflo, the Liverpool-based medical nutrition firm with annual sales of £17m, for undisclosed terms.
Nestle is to set up a new Nespresso coffee customer service centre in York, with the creation of 73 jobs.
Nestle is to open a new 620,000 sq ft distribution centre in Bardon, Leicester, as part of a £110m logistics contract with Eddie Stobart.
Nestle and IPS First have announced plans to create 100 jobs at a new food co-packing facility due to open at the Nestle site in York in June.
Nestle is to create at least 100 jobs at a new chocolate co-packing facility in York.
Nestle is to transfer production of Smarties from York to Germany by the end of the year, as part of a previously-announced restructuring programme that will shed up to 645 jobs.
Nestle is to invest £10m in the expansion of its Nescafe cappuccino and creamers factory at Dalston in Cumbria over the next two years.
Nestle is to close its factory at Cuddington in Cheshire by the end of the year, with the loss of about 100 jobs.
Nestle is to shed 645 jobs at its confectionery factory in York, but £20m will be invested at the site to secure the future of the remaining 1,800 jobs.
Nestle is said to be looking into the possibility of relocating its UK headquarters from Croydon to a 150,000 sq ft office in the Thames Valley.
Nestle is to shed 234 of the 3,000 jobs at its confectionery factory in York, and a further 41 jobs will be lost at a factory near Newcastle upon Tyne.
Nestle is to shed 35 IT jobs at sites in York and Croydon this year, following the implementation of a business process reengineering programme.
Nestle has confirmed plans to shed more than 50 jobs at its yoghurt factory in Northwich this year.
Nestle Rowntree is to expand chocolate crumb production at its factory in Girvan, Scotland, with the creation of an unspecified number of jobs, but 57 jobs will be lost with the closure of its Mallow factory in Ireland.
Nestle Rowntree is to sell its cocoa processing operations in York to Cargill, which will involve the transfer of 27 jobs.
Nestle is to shed 270 jobs at its chocolate confectionery factory in Halifax over the next two years.
Nestle is to close its Purina petfood factory at Barrhead near Glasgow later this year, with the loss of 206 jobs.
Nestle is to close its chilled desserts factory in Staverton in September, with the loss of 155 jobs.
Nestle is planning to transfer production of white chocolate products to York with the creation of 100 jobs, but 159 managerial and technical support jobs will be lost in Hayes.
Nestle has sold its Eismann frozen food home delivery service in the UK to a management buy-out, and additional franchisees will now be sought to expand the business into Scotland, Lancashire and Yorkshire.
Nestle is to shed about 200 management and technical support jobs at its confectionery factory in York over the next 18 months, and a further 40 jobs will go in Halifax and Castleford.
Nestle is to shed about 36 of the 148 jobs at the Purina pet foods factory in Worksop.
Nestle is to shed up to 40 of the 700 jobs at its sweet confectionery factory in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Nestle is to invest £2.5m at its milk processing plant near Carlisle, but 24 jobs will be lost when production of condensed milk is transferred elsewhere.
Nestle is to close its canned milk products factory in Ashbourne next June, with the loss of 117 jobs.
Nestle has agreed to sell its UK-based ambient-temperature food operations to Premier International Foods for about £135m.
Nestle is to close the recently-acquired Purina pet food factory at Great Cornard near Sudbury, with the loss of 45 jobs.
Nestle is to close a dehydrated food products factory in Aylesbury later this year with the loss of 114 jobs.
Nestle is planning to invest £4m at its York factory to increase production of the KitKat chocolate snack.
Nestle is shedding 70 of the 270 jobs at its coffee making plant at Tutbury, near Burton, as part of a reorganisation programme that will see the company invest in new filling and packing equipment.
Nestle is to reorganise its powdered milk business with the loss of 207 jobs, and plants affected include Omagh, Dumfries and Dalston.
Nestle is discussing the possible sale of its Findus frozen food brand to Scandinavian investor group EQT.
Nestle is to close its Sarsons vinegar factory in Stourport with the loss of 22 jobs, as production is being centralised at its larger plant near Oldham.
Nestle is said to be close to agreeing a deal with London Transport to sponsor the trains that will take visitors to the Millennium Dome.
Nestle is looking to set up a chain of Nescafe Coffee Houses in retail centres, leisure parks, sports venues and petrol stations, and will also use the opportunity to sell confectionery products.