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Nestl Group 2014

Key figures (consolidated)


In millions of CHF (except for data per share)

2014

Results
Sales

91612

Trading operating profit

14019

as % of sales

15.3%

Profit for the period attributable to shareholders of the parent (Net profit)

14456

as % of sales

15.8%

Balance sheet and Cash flow statement


Equity attributable to shareholders of the parent

70130

Net financial debt

12325

Ratio of net financial debt to equity (gearing)

17.6%

Operating cash flow

14700

as % of net financial debt


Free cash flow (a)

119.3%
14137

Capital expenditure

3914

as % of sales

4.3%

Data per share


Weighted average number of shares outstanding (in millions of units)

3188

Basic earnings per share

CHF

4.54

Underlying earnings per share (b)

CHF

3.44

Dividend as proposed by the Board of Directors of Nestl S.A.

CHF

2.20

Stock exchange prices (high/low)

CHF 73.30/63.85

Yield (c)
Market capitalisation, end December

3.0/3.4
231136

(a) Operating cash flow less capital expenditure, expenditure on intangible assets, investments (net of divestments)
in associates and joint ventures, and other investing cash flows.
(b) Profit per share for the year attributable to shareholders of the parent before impairments, restructuring costs,
results on disposals and significant one-off items. The tax impact from the adjusted items is also adjusted for.
(c) Calculated on the basis of the dividend for the year concerned, which is paid in the following year, and on
high/low stock prices.

Analysis of sales, trading operating profit and organic growth (OG)


By operating segment
In millions of CHF

Trading
operating
Sales
profit

OG

Zone Europe

15175

2327

+1.5%

Zone Americas

27277

5117

+5.0%

Zone Asia, Oceania and Africa

18272

3408

+2.6%

Nestl Waters

7390

714

+5.4%

Nestl Nutrition

9614

1997

+7.7%

13884

2654

+7.1%

Other businesses (a)


Unallocated items (b)
Total Group

(2198)
91612

14019

+4.5%

By product
Trading
operating
Sales
profit

In millions of CHF

Powdered and Liquid Beverages


Water

20302

OG

4685

+5.4%

6875

710

+5.3%

Milk products and Ice cream

16743

2701

+3.4%

Nutrition and Health Science

13046

2723

+8.7%

Prepared dishes and cooking aids

13538

1808

0.1%

9769

1344

+4.2%

2246

+5.6%

Confectionery
PetCare

11339

Unallocated items (b)


Total Group

(2198)
91612

(a) Mainly Nespresso, Nestl Professional, Nestl Health Science and Nestl Skin Health.
(b) Mainly corporate expenses as well as research and development costs.

14019

+4.5%

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Contact
Media
Nestl S.A.
Corporate Media Relations
Avenue Nestl 55
CH-1800 Vevey (Switzerland)
Tel. +41 (0)21 924 22 00
Fax +41 (0)21 922 63 34
mediarelations@nestle.com

Investors
Nestl S.A.
Investor Relations
Avenue Nestl 55
CH-1800 Vevey (Switzerland)
Tel. +41 (0)21 924 35 09
Fax +41 (0)21 924 28 13
ir@nestle.com

Shareholders
Share register: registrations,
transfers, address changes,
dividends, etc.
Nestl S.A.
Share Transfer Office
Zugerstrasse 8
CH-6330 Cham (Switzerland)
Tel. +41 (0)41 785 20 20
Fax +41 (0)41 785 20 24
shareregister@nestle.com

Company profile
Nestl has operations in 197 countries around the world, and 442 factories in 86 countries
and 339000 employees.
Employees by geographic area
2014
Europe (a)

28.2%

Americas

32.7%

Asia, Oceania and Africa


Total

39.1%
100.0%

(a) 11177 employees in Switzerland in 2014.

Factories by geographic area


2014
Europe

136

Americas

163

Asia, Oceania and Africa

143

Total

442

The Nestl Story all the way to Nutrition, Health and Wellness
1866

Foundation of Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co.

1867

Henri Nestls Infant cereal developed

1905

Nestl and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co. (new name after merger)

1929

Merger with Peter, Cailler, Kohler Chocolats Suisses S.A.

1934

Launch of Milo

1938

Launch of Nescaf

1947

Nestl Alimentana S.A. (new name after merger with Maggi)

1948

Launch of Nestea and Nesquik

1969

Vittel (initially equity interest only)

1971

Merger with Ursina-Franck

1973

Stouffer (with Lean Cuisine)

1974

LOral (associate)

1977

Nestl S.A. (new name), Alcon (disposal in 2010)

1981

Galderma (joint venture with LOral full acquisition in 2014)

1985

Carnation (with Coffee-mate and Friskies)

1986

Creation of Nestl Nespresso S.A. and Herta

1988

Buitoni-Perugina and Rowntree (with KitKat)

1990

Cereal Partners Worldwide (joint venture with General Mills)

1991

Beverage Partners Worldwide (joint venture with Coca-Cola)

1992

Perrier (with Poland Spring)

1993

Creation of Nestl Sources Internationales (2002: Nestl Waters)

1997

Creation of Nutrition Strategic Business Division (2006: Nestl Nutrition)

1998

Sanpellegrino and Spillers Petfoods, Launch of Nestl Pure Life

2000

PowerBar (disposal in 2014)

2001

Ralston Purina

2002

Schller and Chef America


Dairy Partners Americas (joint venture with Fonterra full acquisition in 2014)
Laboratoires innov (joint venture with LOral under liquidation in 2015)

2003

Mvenpick and Dreyers

2005

Wagner

2006

Creation of FoodServices Strategic Business Division (2009: Nestl Professional)


Lactalis Nestl Produits Frais (associate)
Jenny Craig (disposal in 2013), Uncle Tobys and Delta Ice Cream

2007

Novartis Medical Nutrition, Gerber and Henniez

2008

Ruzanna

2010

Kraft Foods frozen pizza, WagginTrain, Malher, Technocom and Vitaflo

2011

Creation of Nestl Health Science and Nestl Institute of Health Sciences


Prometheus, Yinlu and Hsu Fu Chi (partnerships)

2012

Wyeth Nutrition

2013

Pamlab

2014

Creation of Nestl Skin Health

Our ambition
Nestls ambition is to enhance peoples lives through nutrition, health and wellness. We offer
healthier and tastier food and beverage choices at all stages of life and at all times of the day.
Based on science and Research and Development, we permanently innovate our portfolio of
food and beverages.
We have extended the boundaries of nutrition, health and wellness with Nestl Health
Science, enabling us to lead the development of nutritional therapies that transform the way
people, patients and healthcare professionals manage health. With the creation of Nestl Skin
Health, we are offering scientifically-proven products and solutions for peoples skin health
needs throughout their lives.
It is our firm belief that for a company to be successful over time, and create value for its
shareholders, it must also create value for society. We call this Creating Shared Value. Built on
strong foundations of compliance and sustainable business practices, this is our way of doing
business and of being the trusted leader in Nutrition, Health and Wellness.

The Nestl Strategic


Roadmap

Operational
pillars

Nutrition,
Health and
Wellness

Innovation
and renovation

Consumer
engagement

Out-of-home
consumption

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Our objective is to be the


leader in Nutrition, Health and
Wellness, and the industry
reference for financial
performance, trusted
by all stakeholders
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People,
culture, values
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The Nestl Strategic Roadmap


is our compass, driving
internal alignment behind our
goals. The roadmap shows
the strengths we leverage
to drive performance and
deliver competitive advantage.
Our strong culture, values
and principles, all based on
respect, unite us worldwide.

Emerging
markets and
Popularly
Positioned
Products

Growth
drivers

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, va l u e s a n d

Unmatched
geographic
presence

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Unmatched
research and
development
capability

Premiumisation

Unmatched
product
and brand
portfolio