Ukraine 03.11.2023

Ukraine added Nestle to the list of “war sponsors”

The National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NACP) of Ukraine reported on its Telegram channel that it has added the Swiss company Nestle, which owns enterprises in Russia, to the list of “international war sponsors.”
Ukraine added Nestle to the list of “war sponsors”
“NAPC has added the Swiss corporation Nestle to the list of international sponsors of the war due to the fact that it continues to work in Russia, supply goods and expand its Russian production base,” the department said in a statement.

The agency claims that despite the fact that profit from the Russian market is only no more than 2% of Nestle’s activities, the company has not yet decided to leave the Russian market. The NAPC report states that Nestle allegedly explains its position by saying that the company provides the population of Russia with essential goods, and also takes care of its employees, who number more than 7 thousand in Russia.

As the NAPC previously stated, the list of “international war sponsors” is a means to achieve the goal - the departure of international business from Russia.

Kazakhstani ice cream producers ended the warm season with a historical high. From May to September 2023, according to the Bureau of National Statistics (BNS), the country produced more than 46 thousand tons of ice cream and edible ice. This is 32.6% more than in the same period last year. Today, the share of domestic ice cream on the market is more than 80%.
Maks Fasteyev
Maks Fasteyev
Dairy Project Partner at INFAGRO Ltd.
TheFutureIsDairy - This was the slogan of the European Dairy Association's (EDA) Annual Convention held in Brussels last week. The conference gathered a large number of top dairy specialists and managers, the main panel was represented by the CEOs and COOs of Lactalis, FrieslandCampina, Arla Foods, Tetra Pak, and other ‘big fish’.
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