Nestlé USA caters to cravings on the other-side-of-the-Atlantic, from a child's sweet tooth to a grown-up's caffeine fix. The company is a major subsidiary of Swiss food giant Nestlé S.A. Nestlé USA produces hundreds of well-known food brands, including frozen pizza (Tombstone, DiGiorno), chocolate and candies (Baby Ruth, Goobers), beverages (Nestea, Taster's Choice, Nesquick), juices (Juicy Juice), canned milk (Carnation), ice cream (Edy's, Häagan-Dazs), baking goods (Nestlé Toll House, Libby's), and prepared meals (Stouffer's, Lean Cuisine). Nestlé USA's sister businesses are Nestlé Waters North America, Nestlé Purina PetCare, Nestlé Nutrition, and Nestlé Professional Beverages. The US is Nestlé S.A.'s second largest market.
Nestlé USA has been present in the US for more than 100 years and operates 25 manufacturing facilities, 35 distribution centers, and 15 sales offices in the country.
The US is parent Nestlé's second largest market; Nestlé USA accounts for about a third of the overall company's revenue.
In 2014 the company launched a partnership with Girl Scouts to market candy bars based on the best selling cookies. Nestlé USA also sold its Juicy Juice line and closed a Hot Pocket plant in California.