Nestlé’s Healthylicious Day at Diepsloot Community Centre
As part of Nestlé’s health and wellness commitment to the community, the company is extending their Healthylicious Campaign to community centres in
Johannesburg and Cape Town, and will be doing so until the end of September 2014.
On Saturday 30 August, Nestlé visited the Diepsloot Wings of Life Centre in Johannesburg. The community members who attended the event were offered
free Nestlé WelNes IQ Tests which, through a series of questions, summarizes their current knowledge of nutrition.
The aim of the test is for people to increase their WelNes IQ over time and become more aware of their own health and wellbeing. In addition,
independent Nurse and Dietitian consultations were also offered as well as fun and active hoola hooping sessions. A partnership between Nestlé and
DisChem also allowed visitors to receive free blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol testing.
Photo caption: Diepsloot community members receiving one-on-one Dietitian consultations.
Photo caption: A Diepsloot community member enjoying his Healthylicious snacks!
Photo caption: A family enjoying a cup of Milo at the Nestlé Healthylicious Day in Diepsloot
Dates to remember:
Nestlé’s next Healthylicious Day will take place on Friday, 12 September from 10:00 – 16:00, at the Alex Phuthaditjaba Community Centre in Alexandra, Johannesburg.
If you and your family are interested in having loads of fun while breaking a Guinness World Record, then be sure to diarise
Sunday, 28 September, from 10:00-17:00! With your help, Nestlé will be attempting to break the record for the longest human chain to pass through a
hoola-hoop at Zoo Lake in Parkview Johannesburg – it promises to be a fun-filled and memorable day for all, so be sure to be there!
Notes to editors
*The longest human chain to pass through a hula hoop currently consists of 502 participants and was achieved by Hillview College (Trinidad and Tobago)
in Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago, on 31 October 2013. Source:
About Nestlé South Africa
Is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nestlé Switzerland. The company was formally registered in South Africa about 98 years ago. The first Nestlé products
arrived in South Africa during the 1870s, and the company’s presence in South Africa was formally entrenched on 7 July 1916 when it registered as a company.
In order to meet the demands of a growing country, local production started in 1927 with the purchase of the South African Condensed Milk Company Ltd factory in
Donnybrook, and the Estcourt and Franklin factories. Nestlé South Africa also services neighbouring countries – Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana and Namibia. Nestlé is
committed to bringing consumers tastier, healthier choices in their product offering, and will continuously strive to become the leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness company.