Nestlé Archives - Inside Retail Asia
FMCG giant Nestle started selling Starbucks-branded coffee in Mainland China today, seeking to tap growth in a market where it says coffee consumption per capita remains low compared to global standards. Nestle last year paid US$7.15 billion for exclusive rights to sell the US chain’s coffees and teas globally, and began selling Starbucks-labelled products in Europe, Asia and Latin America in February.
Alibaba has committed to help import US$200 billion worth of goods from more than 120 countries over the next five years.
Nestle Japan has opened a permanent made-to-order Kit Kat store in Osaka.
Nestle has opened a pop-up bar in Tokyo to mark today’s release of its new sake-flavoured Kit Kat bar.
Starbucks China plans to open a new store every 15 hours for the next five years, doubling its store count to 6000.
Nestle is to pay US$7.1 billion for global Starbucks rights outside the chain’s cafes.
A KitKat flagship store has been launched in Shinsegae’s Gangnam department store in Seoul.
Forget a diamond ring for Valentine’s Day – this has been trumped by a ruby KitKat by Nestle Japan.
Kit Kat Japan and Tokyo Banana have released a limited-edition chocolate wafer.
An unexpected JD.com profit upswing has marked the third quarter for China’s largest retailer.
Blue Bottle Coffee is expected to open in South Korea soon, followed by China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Kit Kat is to have a flagship store in Seoul, being launched by Nestle Japan in co-operation with Nestle Korea.