Nestlé had been operating in Indonesia since 1971 and currently had three factories across the country. The ones in Kejayan and Pasuruan (East Java) produced Nestlé’s dairy products; the other in Panjang, Lampung (South Sumatra) produced coffee products; and the one in Cikupa (Banten) made confectionery products. The Swiss-based private company placed the principle of Creating Shared Values (CSV) highly. It believed that creating values for both the shareholders and society had to be placed on an equal footing in Indonesia. Its mission in Indonesia was: Nurturing a Healthier Life for Indonesians.
Case number: 112-0309-004
Course Major: Ethics and Social Awareness; Business Ethics
Related Topics: Corporate Social Responsibility, Creating Shared Values
Teaching Note Availability: Nestlé Indonesia: Creating Shared Value [Teaching Note]