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Continuing our sustainability commitment through eco-friendly packaging

Plastic waste is now a global problem that has a broad impact and is devastating the environment. Nestlé, as a leader in the global food and beverage sector and eco-friendly packaging innovations, is continuing with our sustainability commitment to make all packaging 100% recyclable or reusable by 2025.
Nestlé is committed to protecting our planet by continually introducing environmentally-friendly packaging to decrease the amount of single-use plastic in our products. This helps contribute to a waste-free future while meeting the needs of Thai consumers looking for products that reduce their impact on the world and are more responsible for the environment and society.

NESCAFÉ Coffee Mixes Product Category

Nestlé continues to create a new dimension for the coffee industry, such as introducing secondary paper packaging for NESCAFÉ PROTECT PROSLIM in Thailand in 2019, the first country in Nestlé to launch this paper packaging. In early 2020, Nestlé introduced a recyclable laminate stick for NESCAFÉ PROTECT PROSLIM. It was the result of a collaboration by local and global suppliers as well as the Nestlé research center to successfully research and develop the global coffee industry’s first laminate stick that is designed for recycling.Made from a monostructure plastic called polyolefin using patented technology, it’s designed for recycling while ensuring the coffee it contains meets quality standards.
Monostructure laminate sticks can be recycled without the need to segregate various layers of plastic. This is different from general laminated sticks, which are made of several materials layered together. When being recycled, general laminated sticks must start by first segregating the various plastic layers, which makes it impossible to recycle them in a single process.

RTD (Ready-to Drink) Coffee Product Category

In 2019, Nestlé began to change NESCAFÉ RTD packaging from tin to 100% recyclable aluminum cans, starting with NESCAFÉ RTD Latte and Black Ice. During 2020, Nestlé is moving forward to change NESCAFÉ RTD Espresso Roast to aluminum cans, which will make the entire RTD coffee product category 100% recyclable. One of aluminum’s great properties is that it can be recycled an unlimited number of times. 
Aluminum retains the same characteristics no matter how many times it is recycled, unlike traditional tin cans that become more difficult to recycle, are heavy, and cannot be flattened, which wastes space in a bin.
As well as being environmentally friendly, aluminum cans meet the needs of tropical coffee lovers because they chill the contents much faster when placed in a fridge. As aluminum cans are thinner than tin cans, they need to be reinforced using compressed gas to retain their shape. The key benefits of aluminum cans are their rust-free quality and lighter weight that allows for more efficient distribution. Without the need to shake the can before drinking, coffee in aluminum cans still offers the usual delicious flavor.

Bottled Water Product Category

Although the polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles used for Nestlé Pure Life and Minéré are 100% recyclable, Nestlé changed the color of the Nestlé Pure Life bottle from light blue to fully transparent to make it easier to recycle. The Nestlé Pure Life label, which is made from polypropylene (PP) grade plastic, is attached to the bottle using glue that makes it easy to remove the entire label by hand for more convenient recycling. 

Ice Cream Product Category

Thailand is the first country in the world, and Nestlé the first company in the Thai market, to launch ice cream in paper wrappers, starting with two variants of the Nestlé Extreme Nama series, which are Nama Orange and Nama Dark Chocolate Brownies. The paper wrapper is made from 100% pulp certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), confirming that the material is from a renewable source under sustainable management. Suitable for printing and heat seal coating without needing a plastic laminate, the paper wrapper was developed by Nestlé global teams working together with the Nestlé Thai ice cream team.

UHT Product Category

In mid-2020, MILO introduced a bendable paper straw for the first time in Thailand’s UHT product industry, starting with two variants: MILO UHT 30% Less Sugar and MILO UHT No Sucrose. MILO plans to introduce the paper straw to all of its UHT variants and product lines by 2021. The change to an eco-friendly paper straw will eliminate the use of over 100 million single-use plastic straws by 2021.
The innovative and eco-friendly bendable paper straw is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Manufactured under the highest quality and safety standards, it has no paper odor and does not affect the taste and quality of the product.

All of these initiatives are testaments to Nestlé meeting our global sustainability commitment of making 100% of our packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025. This reflects our goal of addressing environmental problems and respecting our planet as well as protecting resources for future generations.

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