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Toward Sustainable Food Production Are there single or mixed options for African agriculture? Large of small farming, traditional and industrial, organic and chemical, private and public… 13. April 2010 Juerg Zaugg - Nestlé. 1867. 1929. 1938. 1947. 1960s. 1970s. 1980s. 1990s. 2000s.

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Toward Sustainable Food Production

Are there single or mixed options for African agriculture? Large of small farming, traditional and industrial, organic and chemical, private and public…

13. April 2010

Juerg Zaugg - Nestlé


1867

1929

1938

1947

1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

2000s

The Nestlé story – how it all began

1866

Henri Nestlé1866


Sourcing Operations at Nestlé

Nestlé Sourcing of Agricultural Raw Materials

Milk, Total Volume Usage (MT) = 12'200'000Coffee, Total Volume Usage (MT) = 763'000Cocoa, Total Volume Usage (MT) = 372'000

Pack

9 billion

SIM

28 billion

RM

21 billion

Coffee

Cereals

Sugar

Dairy

58 billion CHF

(Cost of Goods Sold)

Cocoa

Oil & Fat

Other RM

Total Raw Materials

Source CO-PRO


Direct Fresh Milk Sourcing Markets

Direct Sourcing Markets

Fresh milk sourcing in 30 countriesAlmost 700 sourcing specialists in milk7mio tons fresh milk / yearAround 300’000 direct supplying farmers


A little tour around the world

A little tour around the world..

China

India

Indonesia

Mexico

Nicaragua

Panama

Peru

Chile

South Africa


Our dairy farmers:

From one cow in milk….


… to 10’000 cows


China:

training small farmers

China: Training of farmers


China:Practices at the farm

China:

improved practices at farm level


India:From small to commercial farms


India:Improved feeding systems

India:Improved feeding


Indonesia:Development of Cooperatives


South Africa:Improved pastures and fodder


Chile:Farm Assurance Manual


Peru:Improved pastures


Panama:Spring protection


Nicaragua:Water and manure management

Nicaragua:Manure management


Mexico: small – medium – large dairy farms

Mexico:Small scale to large scale farms


Towards Sustainable Food Production - Priorities

Policy interventions and decisions

  • Participate in relevant events

Research and Development

  • Nestlé Research Centers and collaboration with other research institutes

Water Management

  • Improve practices at farm level (and also at factory, distribution and consumer level)

Productivity at farm level

  • Continuous improve of practices at farm – focus on soil fertility

Conclusion

  • There is no “one fit - fit all” approach

  • Different farming system in different countries

  • Support local initiatives – Creating Shared Value


More Information available at:

Web site: www.nestle.com/csv

YouTube: Nestle CSV YouTube channel

Linkedin:CSV LinkedIn Group

Facebook:Facebook CSV page

Twitter: www.twitter.com/nestlecsv

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