which countries is nescafe blend 43 sold in?
Hi Seb, Nescafé coffee is made and sold all over the world but Nescafé Blend 43 is made for Australia.
Following the global popularity of the world’s first instant coffee, Nescafé was imported to Australia in 1938 and local production began 10 years later at the former Nestlé factory in Dennington, Victoria.
In 1986 production of Nescafé moved to the Nestlé factory at Gympie in Queensland, which now manufactures iconic coffee brands such as Nescafé GOLD and Nescafé Blend 43.
Today, Australians drink more than 3.6 billion cups of Nescafé instant coffee every year.
i really want to know what specific countries this is sold in, or if you cant answer to that, what countries dont you sell nescafe blend 43 in
I would like to know why the jars of Nescafé blend 43 are now in 250g instead of 300g & I am still paying same price?
Hi Irene, while we set a recommended retail price, supermarkets set the final price you pay in store. Check out the full range at https://www.nescafe.com/au/our-range and if we can be of any help to match you with the perfect coffee please feel free to call 1800 025 361. ❤️☕
I’ve been drinking Nescafé for 35 years , couple of weeks ago my wife made me a coffee and I thought she had put double the coffee in or a lite milk as it tasted disgusting so I poured it out and made myself a new cup but what the hell it was too strong and dark and similar strength to the standard coffee in the uk , Nescafé have no right to change the taste of a long standing coffee without informing customers , it’s disgusting and I don’t buy into the Nescafé PR team claiming they have changed to give a better taste , this has been changed due to cost cutting , prove me different
Spot on Paul. I can't for the life of me understand why these giant corporations have to meddle with their products,and in this case their most successful and best selling one,from right around the world.
Nescafe have a huge range of coffees(none of which I like) in every shop and supermarket globally but bizarrely they chose (everyone's favourite) Blend 43 to radically alter.
I'm still on the hunt to find an alternative from the many other manufacturers but sadly,to date,with little success.
Please do not say the recipe hasn’t changed, because it has, it’s disgusting, it is weak and has no flavour, will not be buying Nescafé again unless it goes back to the original Nescafé
Hi Jennifer, we hate to hear about such a bad experience but we would love the opportunity to talk with you over the phone so we can take down your comments and capture them officially against this particular batch of coffee. If you could kindly give our team a call on 1800 025 361 quoting case #29241338. We look forward to speaking with you soon and giving you a better experience with the coffee you know and love.
It is not the same very sad. I have drunk and loved this coffee for years. Unless you go back I will have to find something else. The new blend is terrible! I threw out two tins and found an old one still selling and in date
Why did you change your recipe. Very disappointing. My favourite thing for the last 50 years was my nescafe. I suppose you are going for the people who drink non insant coffee. As i said very disappointing.
What terrible tasting the new Nescafe Blend 43 is. I've looked forward to my early morning coffee for so many years before starting my day. Now I'm checking out other brands, but have reverted to Bushels tea. Bad decision Nescafe. Merril S
We are sorry to hear about your experience, we’d like to help you further.
If you could you kindly call us on 1800 025 361 our team will be happy to help.
Bought a fare few from Woolworths when special but always thought it might be a bad batch that was over roasted,my question is will they take it back?
If u have a receipt they will take it back. If you don't have a receipt send an email to the company that makes it, or ring customer service
Is the nescafe i brought in Aldi the same as Coles / Woolworths?
I have no idea! I used to buy my Nescafé in a local Asda.
Aldi sell both the Blend 43 and one called 'Original'. I found out when I accidentally bought the Original and it tasted different. Then I noticed it did not have Blend 43 printed on the label. So to answer your question, yes and no.
I have found that some of the Nescafe blend coffee in Aldi has actually be made in Indonesia.
Have u changed the recipe for Nescafé blend 43 beans?
I assume the recipe has changed as the taste certainly has. I have been drinking Nescafé all my adult life, but I really dislike the taste do much now, I drink tea instead.
Seems to me the recipe has changed as the coffee tastes terrible and smells strange! Guessing there is some money to be saved with the new formula. Can't see how though if we all don't buy it!
Its not a recipe change, 43 as you know it will never come back. This used to be produced at the Nestles factory in Dennington roughly 13 years ago. This has been shutdown and sold off to Fonterra.
My wife and I are long time Nescafe blend 43 drinkers. We have both noticed, and many of our friends also, that the brew now seems weaker and not as tasty. Is it me? or have the makers been messing with the recipe for economic and commercial reasons? I hate to be dudded on my morning coffee.....come clean Nescafe.!!!!
I agree, ever since the big supermarkets dropped the price, Nescafe Blend 43 doesnt taste the same.
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