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Nestlé UK & Ireland 5h
Replying to @EcoTipsUK
Hi Dave, the cartons can be widely recycled, plus the bag and over-wrap film can be recycled with plastics.
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Replying to @Finney_a
Awww Aidan, really sorry this has happened, but look at the bright side: rain has taken a break! 😊
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Nestlé UK & Ireland 15h
Replying to @Scott_Fitness25
Sorry to see this Scott! We'll pass your comments on to our packaging team.
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 24
Replying to @SFerg85
Hi Stephen, we're sorry to hear that this has happened. Please DM us your full name and complete address along with the BBE date and surrounding codes from the pack and we'll get this looked into.
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 24
Replying to @JosephDoran98
Hey Joseph, in case you missed it we have responded to your earlier post 😊
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YES!snacks May 24
day dreaming with a collision of warming chilli & cooling lemon! ☀
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York Cares May 24
Meg and Abbie welcoming everyone to the event
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 24
Hi Cam, we looked into this with our super smart experts at and they have promised us that yes our bottles contain dihydrogen monoxide 😂
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @Lava087
Thank you for being a fan Simon. We'll be sure to pass your feedback on to our team as we're always looking for ways to improve our range, and we hope you find a new favourite in our current products.
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @smithies_mark
Hi Mark, the cartons can be widely recycled, plus the bag and over-wrap film can be recycled with plastics.
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @Jontybx
Hi JP, the cartons can be widely recycled, plus the bag and over-wrap film can be recycled with plastics.
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
In the latest episode of on , Pallavi Joshi from our global, confectionery R&D team at takes part in a discussion on all things sweet including the future of confectionery. Available now on BBC Sounds 📻🎙🍬
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @MakeLPCool
While committed to pursuing recycling options where feasible, we know that 100% recyclability is not enough to successfully tackle the plastics waste crisis. We are looking at many options across our range and how we can make a difference now:
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @TheMymble
Hi, These products were created out of an understanding of consumers’ needs for an ‘on the go’ breakfast option. Box Bowls cartons are widely recyclable, and the inner bag can be recycled with plastics. For Breakfast To Go all packaging can be widely recycled, except the film lid
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @MakeLPCool
Hi, Box Bowls cartons are widely recyclable, and the inner bag can be recycled with plastics. For Breakfast To Go all packaging can be widely recycled, except the film lid. These products were created out of an understanding of consumers’ needs for an ‘on the go’ breakfast option
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Create, disrupt, sleep, repeat. Sound like you? This week we are looking for a Digital Content Creator (Animation). Find out more here:
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @mackinnon_abbie
Hi Abbie, this page should help
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @RandomCam362
HI Cam, ooh that's a tricky one. Lets us speak to the experts and we'll let you know!
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Your favourite TV programmes and favourite sweet treats are teaming up 🍫📺 Find out more... NOW! (TV...)
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Nestlé UK & Ireland May 23
Replying to @JamHold
Hey James, we've made a third of the pack peanut coloured and it says peanut butter on front of pack along with images of peanuts
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