BabyNes Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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BabyNes is a beverage machine by Nestlé that makes infant formula from single-use capsules, similar to Nestlé's Nespresso. The product was designed to recreate Nespresso's success with coffee in the baby formula industry. It was first introduced in Switzerland on May 25, 2011. The Wall Street Journal referred to Nespresso as Nestlé's fastest growing brand in 2011 after its sales rose by 20% in 2010 and it brought a number of legal actions against competitors.

Baby Milk Action mentioned how Nestle violated UN resolutions by Launching its new BabyNes feeding system in Switzerland, "estlé is embarking on a new violation of World Health Assembly marketing requirements for breastmilk substitutes after refusing earlier this month to stop the vast majority of violations in the latest global monitoring report, presented in Geneva. Nestlé is press releasing and publicising a new baby bottle feeding preparation system, BabyNes in an idealising and misleading way, describing it as: "The first comprehensive nutrition system for babies." The World Health Organisation recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life, followed by continued breastfeeding into the second year of life alongside complementary food. The International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes and subsequent, relevant Resolutions of the World Health Assembly forbid the promotion of all breastmilk substitutes including formulas, feeding bottles and teats in ALL countries - a fact that Nestlé and all the baby food companies ignore, abiding by the rules only when forced to do so by national legislation or when publicly exposed. The new product clearly aims to increase Nestlé's profits from products which already have one of the highest markups on the supermarket shelves."


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Salesman (Former Employee) says

"I start 7am work and ended 5pm above and with a salary of Php6000 in a month, no overtime, no safety net... Cons: Long Hours/low salary"

Lead Filling Production Technician (Current Employee) says

"process keep changing method of work and no desired leaders available to lead, lack of job satisfaction that lead to moral disruption, can improve with simple solution if everyone could tone down their egos. Cons: apply confusing method to get a simple work done, working ethics get used to skip important process to gain quantity results."

Medical Representative (Former Employee) says

"It was good as a first job, the management was clean and nice and professional."

Asst. Manager Purchase (Former Employee) says

"This was my part time job where I worked as the account assistant after my college time for few hours"

Senior Assistant Microbiologist (Current Employee) says

"*Management need to improve Cons: na"

production assistant (Former Employee) says

"just move on.relax and good enviroment.people are working there very good and each others.supervisors are good minded.the canteen food are cheap and nice.overol OK. Cons: long hours"

Senior Medical Delegate (Former Employee) says

"some times no one appreciate your hard work and when you keep working and pay more than the work need of your time and health then told you that when they need some one to be a supervisor then they'll going to make interviews with candidates from out of your team or out of the company Cons: health care"

Quality Compliance Executive (Former Employee) says

"Good learning ground for employees seeking knowledge and experience. Salary range is competitive within the market. Wide network if you want to be to different factories. Cons: Long working hours"

Engineering Supervisor (Current Employee) says

"Wyeth Nutrition is always a good company. Promotes work life balance. Always pushes their employees to give their best on their job. Has a good management and labor relationship."

Quality technician (Former Employee) says

"Clean workng office. Free beverages in pantry. Transport monthly allowence privided. Free transport company bus to office in the morning. promote heakthy lifestyle Cons: weejend support from home"

Key Account Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"key account sales executive responsible for key account ,wholesales ,supermarkets and pharmacy chanells Cons: health care"

Finance Staff (Former Employee) says

"Assessing partners' financial management capacity. Cons: Long hours"

Production Line Leader (Former Employee) says

"can learn to work in high volumes manufacturing plant . Good place if want to enter nutritional industry for working. Cons: long hours"

Buyer (Former Employee) says

"Work life balance. A lot of online training. Using lower grade of system and workplace culture is boring, no enjoyable. Company benefit is just normal. Cons: Boring Workplace Culture"

INTERN (Former Employee) says

"The employees are very accommodating and the company values creative thinking and the development of new and innovative ideas to constantly improve the workplace Cons: Monotonous work"

Production Assistant (Current Employee) says

"i have been here since 2007 till now around 9years.. I like very much the job, my superior and the management too. Its very stability in business.. But now bit slow down and less productions.. Cons: less production"

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