,On Nestle Malaysia’s efforts, Aranols said that from 2011 to 2020, it had planted one million native trees in Sabah under project RiLeaf to further scale up efforts in restoring riparian zones and forest ecosystems along Sabah’s Kinabatangan river.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Nestle (M) Bhd is looking forward to deploying the Nestle group’s regeneration framework, building on solid foundations established over many years, according to its chief executive officer Juan Aranols.(pic)
He said this in conjunction with the unveiling of the Nestle group’s plan to support and accelerate the transition to a regenerative food system – one that aims to protect and restore the environment, improve the livelihood of farmers and enhance the well-being of farming communities.
In a lead-up to the United Nations food systems summit in New York later this month, the food and beverage giant announced it would work with its food system partners, including its network of over 500,000 farmers and 150,000 suppliers, to advance regenerative farming practices.
On Nestle Malaysia’s efforts, Aranols said that from 2011 to 2020, it had planted one million native trees in Sabah under project RiLeaf to further scale up efforts in restoring riparian zones and forest ecosystems along Sabah’s Kinabatangan river.Nestle Releaf project Kinabatangan
“We are embarking on a journey to plant a further three million trees in the next three years under Project RELeaf, in Sabah and Peninsular Malaysia.
“Our reforestation efforts complement our adoption of sustainable agricultural practices through our direct engagement in chilli farms in Kelantan, and rice and coffee planting in Kedah,” he said in a statement.
He said through the ventures, the company had introduced practices such as intercropping and mulching with the use of paddy straws that rejuvenate the soil, retain its moisture and have a positive impact on yield and farmers’ income. — Bernama