Judge Gives Nestle the Finger in Failed Kit Kat Trademark Case

The ongoing four-fingered confectionary turf war between Cadbury and Nestle has taken another turn against the maker of the Kit Kat, with the latest court ruling saying that Nestle can't expect to be allowed to trademark the four-fingered shape of its famous bar in the UK. Read More >>

Blue Riband Does A Brexit After 81 Years

Beloved childhood chocolate bar Blue Riband is leaving these shores after more than 8 decades, and heading to Poland. Read More >>

Nestlé Is About To Ruin The Kit Kat

Small changes to childhood favourites can make a huge change to how they taste – we all remember #CremeEggGate – so a lot of people are going to be upset by the news that Nestlé's cutting sugar in Kit Kats and other beloved bars by 10%. Read More >>

Nestlé Will Foot the Bill if You Want to be a Degree-level Sweeties Maker

The UK division of Nestlé has launched a couple of degree-level qualifications in mixing sugar and fat together to make something nice, offering an honours degree in food and sweet making alongside a UK university to capture the next generation of food chemists before they pursue a career making meringues on reality TV. Read More >>

The Battle to Trademark the KitKat Shape

Cadbury and Nestle are currently engaged in a war of words and shapes in the EU courts, where Cadbury is fighting an attempt by Nestle to trademark the trapezoid chocolate finger shape of the KitKat bar. Read More >>

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If You’re Going To Make a Crappy Star Wars Tie-in, At Least Do It Right

Nestle Japan will be releasing a limited edition Star Wars version of its Gold Blend coffee maker next week. But it has to be one of the laziest tie-ins ever to cash in on the Star Wars name. Available in two versions, it looks like Nestle's just slapped a sticker on the side of each one with a random quote and called it a day. Read More >>

Meet Nestle’s Squadron of Internet Comment Warriors

Every company has to deal with people who talk about it on the Internet, and different ones handle it differently. Nestle for instance, maintains an elite team of Digital Accelerators that, as an article by Reuters reveals, watches the wide world of Internet comments like a hawk. Read More >>

Nestle Is Playing Real-Life Willy Wonka

Goodbye America! I'm moving to the UK, where I will eat my weight in chocolate. Coincidentally, Nestle's just kicked off a campaign where it's embedding GPS trackers in chocolate bars. If you unwrap one of six winning sweets, they'll find you within 24 hours and award you £10,000 and the rights to legally change your name to Charlie Bucket. Read More >>