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The roots and development of Creating Shared Value at Nestlé

2006

The Nestlé concept of corporate social responsibility,

as implemented in Latin America, was published. This

report followed a three-part value chain framework of

agricultural rawmaterials, manufacturing, and

management, products and consumers.

2008

The Creating Shared Value pyramid, which also

integrated sustainability and compliance in one visual

device, was launched in our first

Nestlé Creating

Shared Value

report (2007).

2010

The second global

Nestlé Creating Shared Value

report

(2009) was published. The second CSV Forum held in

London. The inaugural Nestlé Creating Shared Value

Prize was awarded to iDE Cambodia.

2013

The report

Nestlé in society: Creating Shared Value and

meeting our commitments 2012

was published,

focusing on nutrition and, for the first time, including

forward-looking commitments. The fifth CSV Forum

was held in Colombia in partnership with the

Inter-American Development Bank.

2016

Three overarching ambitions for 2030 were

introduced, in support of the SDGs. The majority of

our commitments, now totalling 42, were updated

towards 2020. The seventh Creating Shared Value

Forum took place in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, and

Agro-Hub took first place in the CSV Prize.

2015

The 2014

Nestlé in society: Creating Shared Value and

meeting our commitments 2014

report provided a

progress update on our public commitments.

2014

The 2013

Nestlé in society: Creating Shared Value and

meeting our commitments 2013

report was published.

The sixth CSV Forumwas held in Switzerland with the

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development,

and the CSV Prize was awarded to Honey Care Africa.

2012

The

Nestlé Creating Shared Value Summary Report

2011: Meeting the global water challenge

was

published. The full online report was delivered in

accordance with GRI A+ criteria. The fourth CSV

Forumwas held in India and the CSV Prize was

awarded to Fundación Paraguaya.

2007

Three Creating Shared Value areas of focus were

identified: nutrition, water and rural development.

2009

The first Creating Shared Value Forum

was held at the United Nations in New York.

2011

The

Nestlé Creating Shared Value and

Rural Development

report (2010) was issued,

and the third CSV Forum held in Washington DC.

The GRI reporting framework was adopted.

TheNestléconceptof

corporatesocialresponsibility

as implemented inLatinAmerica

Nestlé

TheNestlé concept of corporate social responsibility as i

mplemented in LatinAmerica

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CreatingShared

ValueandRural

Development

SummaryReport

2010

Figureshighlighted throughout the report

with this symbolare trackedasKey

Performance Indicatorsand summarised in

theRuralDevelopment sectionof theKPI

table inside the frontflap.

Thebrands in italicsare registered

trademarksof theNestléGroup.

AnnualReport2010

Accompanying reports

Amessage fromourChairmanandCEO

About this report

Material issues

Global food securityand ruralpoverty

Nestlé’scontributions to ruraldevelopment

Overview:Rural

impactofNestlé’s factoriesand farmerprogrammes

ImpactofNestlé factorieson ruraldevelopment

ImpactofNestlé farmerprogrammeson ruraldevelopment

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Challengesandopportunities

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Water

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This isasummary report.

A fullonlineRuralDevelopment

report isavailableonourupdated

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twww.nestle.com/csv Cover:FarmersJaswinderSingh

andJasveerKaurdelivermilk to

a chilling centre inNestlé’smilk

district inRajasthan, India.

CorporateGovernance

Report2010;

2010Financial

Statements

CreatingShared

Value atNestlé

Aboutour

reporting

Reporting

performance

Nutrition Waterandenvironmental

sustainability

Rural

development

Ourpeople

NestléCreatingShared

ValueReport 2009

Visit theCreatingSharedValue site a

twww.nestle.com/CSV

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www.nestle.com/CSV

Nestlé in

society

CreatingSharedValue

andmeeting

ourcommitments

2012

CreatingSharedValue

SummaryReport2011

CreatingSharedValue

andmeeting

ourcommitments

2013

Nestlé in

society

Front cover

MrsGraceWambuiWanyeki (picturedwithherdaughter)hasbeenacoffee farmer

for thepast24years inKenya.She isamemberofacoffeeco-operativeunder the

Nescafé

Planandapromoter farmer forourWomen’sEmpowermentprogramme,

participating in training sessionsandusingher farmasademonstrationplot.

Nestlé isencouragingmore femalecoffeegrowers inKenya to takeup leadership

roles in farmingco-operatives topromotegenderequalityandeducation for

womenandgirls.

Amessage fromourChairmanandourCEO

CreatingSharedValueatNestlé

Summaryofourcommitments

Nutrition

FindouthowNestlé’s focusonnutrition ishelping

toenhancequalityof life forourconsumers

Ruraldevelopmentand responsible sourcing

OurRuralDevelopmentFramework isbeing rolledout

Water

Readaboutournewcommitmentonwater stewardship

and theobjectiveswewilldeliver

Environmental sustainability

Weareaiming tomakeourproductsbetter for the

environmentalong thevaluechain

Ourpeople,human rightsand compliance

Wehave started implementingactionplans forourcocoa

andhazelnut supplychainsandpublishedaWhitePaper

onHumanRights ImpactAssessment

Stakeholderengagement

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Accompanying reports

Theyear in review2013

AnnualReport2013

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