· Contact Nestle themselves. Either by looking on the Internet for contact details so that you can email, ring or mail the company or looking for contact details on something simple like one of their cereal boxes. You can say that you are looking for information for your college or university studies, meaning that they may be more likely to give you some information to help you. They may be incredibly helpful or they may turn you away completely, through fear of their secrets to success being spread.
· You can piece up the information online, through rigorous researching and looking into different websites. This way, you can make your own personalized research which will make much more sense to you when you come back to reading it over later on. This way, you will learn more than just printing out a load of information and ignoring it because there is too much irrelevant content in it.
· You could ask tutors or lecturers at your education establishment and they may be able to help you with your search for information on the Nestle organizational structure. They should guide you in the right direction, even if they don't offer you answers on a plate.