Nutritionists to Explain Food Labels & Guide Roaming for Healthier options at supermarkets across Saudi Arabia

"Choose Wellness, Choose Nestlé" initiative marks its 7th consecutive year across 10 countries in the MENA region

Nutritionists to Explain Food Labels Guide Roaming for Healthier options at supermarkets across Saudi Arabia

Riyadh: More than 80 nutritionists will be at supermarkets in Riyadh, Jeddah, and Al-Khobar from 23rd until the end of January, to encourage shoppers to eat healthier, move more, and live better – with a key focus on teaching them how to read food labels and guiding them on roaming for healthier options throughout the aisles. Participating venues include Panda, Othaim, Danube, Bin Dawood, Lulu, and Carrefour outlets among others.

The 2020 edition of the Choose Wellness, Choose Nestlé initiative, running in the region for the seventh consecutive year, is expected to reach around 500,000 shoppers in more than 4,000 outlets across the Middle East and North Africa this month.

“This year’s theme aims to tackle the reality that people all around the world are generally not familiar with reading food labels, and could benefit from enhancing their awareness of how to shop for healthier food options,” said Sarah Kanaan, Nestlé Head of Nutrition, Health and Wellness Middle East & North Africa.

“This is why we’re ensuring nutrition experts are available at leading supermarkets to help educate shoppers on how to better understand serving sizes, calories, and various nutrition information, in addition to guiding them on building healthy grocery lists and making informed choices for a healthy lifestyle.”

The initiative is in line with Nestlé’s purpose of Enhancing Quality of Life and Contributing to a Healthier Future, with this year’s theme particularly helping fulfill one of the company’s commitments to society: to deliver nutrition information, advice and portion guidance.

Nestlé products will also be available at reduced prices throughout the duration of the activity.

For more information, please contact:
Layal Dalal, Nestlé Media Relations Manager, Middle East and North Africa

About Nestlé in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)

Nestlé’s heritage in the Middle East and North Africa goes back over 100 years with the sale of the first Infant Cereals in Egypt. Today, Nestlé operates 25 Food & Beverage factories across the 19 countries of the MENA Region, and provides direct employment to more than 15,000 people who are all committed to Nestlé’s purpose of Enhancing Quality of Life and Contributing to a Healthier Future. Nestlé MENA also provides indirect employment across the region to several thousand more.

The Nestlé portfolio in the region currently exceeds 60 innovative product brands in a wide range of categories: Dairy, Infant Nutrition, Coffee and Creamers, Confectionery, Bottled Water, Breakfast Cereals, Culinary products, Health Science, and Pet Care, among others. Nestlé NIDO, Nestlé CERELAC, Nestlé NAN, S-26, PROGRESS, NESCAFÉ, NESPRESSO, Bonjorno Café, Coffee-mate, KitKat, MAGGI, Nestlé FITNESS, Nestlé Grain d’Or, Nestlé Pure Life, OPTIFAST, and PURINA Friskies are just some of the brands available in the Middle East and North Africa.

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