Results for 'Nestlé India'

Advertising

Nestle KitKat draws public ire after Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra seen on the finger chocolate’s wrapper

Social media accuses the brand of hurting religious sentiments; KitKat says it withdrew the packs last year (2021) in a "pre-emptive" move.
Design Digest

From Nestlé India to Tata Tea – a wrap of the creative wrappers of 2021

A quick look at some interesting product packages that brought a smile to our faces in the midst of the 2021 gloom.
Design Digest

Nestlé India partners Mouth and Foot Painting Artists for festive greeting packs

The packs have the artwork of two artists - Manjibhai Ramani and Manoj Bhingare.
People Spotting

Rashi Goel moves on from Nestle India

Goel was director - marketing and consumer communications and was leading the media strategy and buying, along with brand communication across TV and digital.
Design Digest

Nestlé introduces paper straws for Milo and Nescafé cold coffee

Ahead of the resumption of the Indian Premier League, Nestlé Milo and Royal Challengers Bangalore bat for a sustainable future.
Design Digest

Nestlé tweaks Maggi, KitKat, Nescafe, Everyday packaging to remind buyers to wear masks

Nearly a year-and-a-half into the COVID pandemic, Nestlé is using the tweaked packs to send out a message. It's part of the ‘Face of hope’ initiative.
Advertising

Maggi's new ads focus on 'special masala' and its pan-India appeal

The ads come with the tagline 'Try toh kijiye!' and urge customers everywhere to dig in, promising hot and spicy flavours.
Advertising

Maggi's new ads focus on breakfast and comfort foods

The ads are for Instant Upma and Poha – add hot water and your meal is ready. Also, don't miss the rejig of Maggi's signature tune...
Companies

Nestlé India launches “Maggi - Desh Ke Liye 2 Minute - Ek Chhoti Si Koshish”

Commits to year-long impactful initiatives on the eve of Independence Day.
Advertising

Maggi takes the 'desi ingredients' route in a new ad

What's surprising is that there's no focus on the '2 minutes mein ready' trope.