Marriott Hotels’ villa-only beach resort is nestled on Danang’s breathtaking coastline with 122 two- to four-bedroom pool villas, an infinity pool, five restaurants & bars and extended facilities inviting families and groups of travellers to experience the wonderful hospitality.
The National Institute of Nutrition and Nestlé Vietnam held a scientific conference on January 31 on the role of proper nutrition and an active lifestyle on elementary students.
On the occasion of the Lunar New Year, Nestlé Vietnam has teamed up with several agencies and organisations to grant thousands of practical gifts to disadvantaged families and individuals in localities throughout Vietnam.
The domestic food and beverage industry remains one of the most attractive segments in Vietnam, with local and foreign companies beefing up investment.
Digitalisation of the supply chain has helped consumer businesses shorten the distance with customers and achieve higher results in terms of revenue, profit, and brand reputation.
On January 9, Nestlé Vietnam announced an additional investment of $100 million into the Nestlé Tri An factory in the southern province of Dong Nai, raising the total investment capital of the factory to $500 million.
Dong Nai People's Committee granted investment certificates to four foreign-invested projects with the total registered capital of more than $156 million on January 8.
Ahead of the Lunar New Year, Nestlé Vietnam has kicked off the campaign Cau Du La Duoc (Wishing for just enough is fine) to encourage people to share their new year wishes with each other and together make efforts to turn them into reality. The event is taking place on January 5, with thousands of valuable gifts for consumers.
Nestlé Vietnam has been named the most sustainable company in the country for three consecutive years. CEO Binu Jacob spoke to VIR’s Oanh Do about the company’s sustainable development strategy.
Nestlé Vietnam continues to lead the Top 100 Sustainable Companies (CSI) in 2023 in the manufacturing sector. The company is also among the five most pioneering enterprises in implementing circular economy solutions and carbon emissions reductions.
Nestlé Vietnam organised a trip for international media to visit coffee gardens under the NESCAFÉ Plan model and its coffee processing factories.
Within the framework of the Nestlé Accompanying Women programme, 13,000 women members were trained on nutrition, life knowledge and skills, happiness, and health.
Nestled in a 6-hectare verdant resort enclosed by the charming coastal strip and primeval green curve lines of melaleuca trees, Angsana Ho Tram and Dhawa Ho Tram are two promising 5-star destinations belonging to hotel management giant Banyan Tree.
More than one-third of global anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions come from agriculture, and the sector also accounts for 70 per cent of global freshwater withdrawals. Therefore, transitioning from traditional farming methods to low-emission, regenerative agriculture is considered one of the most important solutions to respond to climate change and contribute to the development of sustainable food systems.
Nestled on a secluded peninsula where natural surroundings create ultimate privacy and tranquillity, An Lam Retreats Ninh Van Bay offers a private hideaway of sensory, filled with rich experiences and intimacy.