At a Glance
Lots of opportunities in the United States and across the globe
Nestlé is a top brand name and is a high-impact addition to the resume of job seekers
Comprehensive benefits packages
The global economic slowdown has not spared Nestlé, and the company has suffered layoffs in recent years
It can be difficult for employees to earn promotions, as the company's size makes it difficult for even top-level workers to stand out
Communication is sometimes lacking between upper management and rank-and-file employees.
Nestlé spells opportunity: no matter where you are (or want to be) in the world, whether you're in marketing, finance, engineering or something else entirely, the chances are Nestlé will have a position that could use your skillset.
About Nestle Usa, Inc.
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. A subsidiary of Swiss food giant Nestlé S.A., Nestlé USA produces well-known food brands including frozen pizza (Tombstone, DiGiorno), beverages (Nescafe, Milo, Ovaltine, Nesquik), canned milk (Carnation), ice cream (Edy's, Häagan-Dazs), baking goods (Nestlé Toll House), and frozen prepared meals and snacks (Stouffer's, Lean Cuisine, Hot Pockets). Its sister businesses include Nestlé Waters North America and Nestlé Professional. Nestlé is home to more than 200 U.S. locations in some 35 states, It was founded in 1866.
The company's food and beverage portfolio includes Coffee mate as well as category disruptors such as Sweet Earth, and it boasts the largest coffee portfolio in the U.S. with Nescafé, Nestlé Starbucks Coffee and Chameleon Cold Brew.
Overall, it has seven operating companies: Nestlé USA, Nestlé Waters North America, Nestlé Purina, Gerber, Nestlé Health Science, Nestlé Professional, and Nespresso.
Based in Virginia, Nestlé is home to more than 200 U.S. locations in nearly 35 states, including more than 65 manufacturing facilities.
As the largest food and beverage company in the US, Nestlé USA is committed to driving the evolution of the food industry through innovation across all aspects of its business, be it through in-house capabilities or strategic acquisitions. Nestlé purchased an approximately 16% stake in Freshly in 2017 as a strategic move to evaluate and test the burgeoning market. Freshly pioneered the direct-to-consumer prepared meal delivery channel and is known for its use of standard-setting technology and analytics, which will build upon Nestlé's strong base of innovation. Growing year-over-year since launching in 2015, Freshly is now shipping more than one million meals per week to customers in 48 states. Its 2020 forecasted sales are USD 430 million. The company fully acquired Freshly in October 2020.
Mergers and Acquisitions
In late 2020, Nestlé has acquired Freshly (headquartered in New York), one of the leading fresh-prepared meal delivery services in the U.S. The deal values Freshly at USD 950 million, with potential earnouts up to USD 550 million contingent to the successful growth of the business. This acquisition accelerates Nestlé's ability to capitalize on the new realities in the U.S. food market and further positions Nestlé to win in the future.
1812 N Moore St Ste 118
Rosslyn, VA 22209-1818
Phone: 1 (440) 264-7249
Employer Type: Privately Owned
Head of Facilities and Security: Eric Davis-Fernald
EVP, Zone Americas: Laurent Freixe
Employees (This Location): 1,200
Employees (All Locations): 25,000
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