Nestlé Healthy Kids: helping shape healthier habits across the world

To Press Releases listMar 13, 2015

Issues like under-nutrition and obesity affect billions of people across the world and often originate from a lack of awareness of healthy diets and lifestyles.

Because Nestlé believes that good dietary and lifestyle habits should be influenced from an early age, it launched The Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme in 2009 to help educate school-age children on nutrition and health.

The programme, developed together with a number of stakeholders, is customised in each country to meet local malnutrition challenges.

The Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme reached 7.6 million children in 2014 across 73 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, the Middle East and the Americas. It currently works with almost 300 partners consisting of local government authorities, leading universities, scientific institutions and child nutrition associations.

Take a look at how the Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme is making a difference around the world.