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Nestlé Relaunches Nescafé Gold

Nestlé Relaunches Nescafé Gold
March 08
09:46 2018

Nestlé is relaunching Nescafé Gold for consumers looking for a full flavoured, aromatic coffee. The new soluble blend includes micrograins of Arabica coffee ground 10 times finer than ordinary ground coffee. These tiny grains enhance the hidden taste and aroma of the Gold Blend.

Nescafé Gold has been completely reinvented with a new formulation, packaging and communication. The new range also includes a FairTrade organic version. Care and attention has been taken at every step of the process – from the selection of the cherry beans, the roasting, the grinding and the preparation – to ensure a premium coffee experience in every cup.

“Nescafé is the world’s leading and preferred coffee brand. After 80 years touching people’s lives every day, we continue to share our passion and craft for making great coffee. The relaunch of Nescafé Gold underlines Nestlé’s commitment to developing the coffee business and our leading brands around the world,” says Carsten Fredholm, Head of Beverage Strategic Business Unit.

The new Nescafé Gold was first introduced in the UK, and will be rolled-out in Europe and across the world.

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