Nestle and its future

My case-study company is Nestlé. The investments that Nestlé need to make in order to transition to a net-zero economy involve reducing plastic waste (they are consistently named among the top global plastic polluters along with Coca-Cola & Pepsi). How can such a company continue to provide their consumable products on a global scale with sustainable packaging? I feel that most expensive R&D on new packaging may be recyclable etc. (e.g. Nespresso capsules) but it doesn’t mean that it is all being recycled. Could Nestlé invest in communities to promote zero-waste stores with Nestlé products simply without packaging, where consumers bring their own containers & pay per weight? It’s local solutions to global problems. 
Another big investment relating to Nespresso would be to have roasting capabilities at the same location of harvesting of coffee beans for example, instead of harvesting in Brazil, sending to Switzerland, to be redistributed again globally. The chain isn’t efficient. 

If wealth were to be valued higher than profitability, there would be fewer junk food products (health issues), zero plastic waste & more sustainable agriculture supporting biodiversity (nature) and valued well-paid farmers (social).

-Oscar Lampe, Switzerland.