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Nespresso Corporate Video


Why Nespresso Is Recycling Its Coffee Pods


Leadership Series #16: Innovation within a company – Eric Favre, the inventor of Nespresso


The growth of your company starts with the right coffee - Nespresso Business Solutions


Nespresso Gemini CS200, CS220, CS203, & CS223 PRO: Directions for Use

Nestlé Nespresso S.A., trading as Nespresso, is an operating unit of the Nestlé Group, based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Nespresso machines brew espresso and coffee from coffee capsules, or pods in machines for home or professional use, a type of pre-apportioned single-use container of ground coffee beans, sometimes with added flavorings. Once inserted into a machine, the capsules are pierced and processed, water is then forced against a heating element at high pressure meaning that only the quantity for a single cup is warmed. Nespresso is a premium price coffee, and by 2011 had annual sales in excess of 3 billion Swiss francs. The word Nespresso is a portmanteau of Nestlé and Espresso, a common mechanic used across other Nestlé brands.