Nestle has partnered with Victorinox to produce a pocket knife made from recycled materials.

Victorinox has used recycled capsules of the Livanto espresso by Nespresso to create the limited edition knife.

Both Swiss brands, they have given priority to issues of environmental protection and sustainability in their business practices.

Last year, the company presented the Pioneer Limited Edition, the first pocket knife with a casing manufactured from recycled Nespresso capsules.

This met with such interest that the idea for a 2017 recycled knife has now progressed to the next stage.

The unique knife will be available from July.

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