Cereal Partners Worldwide Revenue and Competitors

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Sydney, AUS



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Cereal Partners Worldwide's estimated annual revenue is currently $438.9M per year.(i)
  • Cereal Partners Worldwide's estimated revenue per employee is $378,000

Employee Data

  • Cereal Partners Worldwide has 1161 Employees.(i)
  • Cereal Partners Worldwide grew their employee count by 5% last year.
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Cereal Partners Worldwide (CPW) is a leading global breakfast cereal company and the maker of Nestlé breakfast cereals, including global favourites such as NESQUIK®,FITNESS®, CHEERIOS® and CHOCAPIC®. With more than 50 brands to suit all ages and lifestyles, CPW strives to make breakfast better with convenient, tasty and nutritious food that helps people start their day in the best possible way. Established in 1990, CPW is a long-standing partnership between Nestlé and General Mills, bringing together the world-class capabilities of both companies. Headquartered in Switzerland, CPW has a strong global network with 4,600 employees, 17 factories, four R&D centres and sales teams in more than 130 markets.



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Cereal Partners Worldwide News

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2022-04-17 - NFT: Nestle launches first non-fungible tokens in the Middle East ...

Bahaa Boulmona, Cereal Partners Worldwide, Middle East & North Africa's brand manager, added, “We are excited to announce that TRIX is the...

2022-04-13 - Nestle introduces its very first NFTs in the Middle East & North Africa ...

... Cereal Partners Worldwide, Middle East & North Africa. ... the first and only breakfast cereal brand in the world to have launched its...

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