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Large Natural Health Company Just Sold Out to Nestlé

By Heather Callaghan, Editor A new announcement by one of the most massive natural health supplement companies has just rocked the natural health community, but not in a good way. Dear readers – imagine my dystopian dread when I awoke this morning to find that the beloved maker of whole-food gummie supplements and protein powers (and more)…

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Nestlé Loses More Than $500 Million For Poisoning Maggi Noodles With lead

By Vandita Nestlé lost at least $277 million in missed sales, and over $200 million in brand value. Another $70 million was spent to execute one of the largest food recalls in history. Nestlé spent three decades building a beloved noodle brand in India. Then the world’s biggest food and beverage company stumbled into public relations…

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Nestlé Restructuring Sugar Itself to Cut Ingredient Without Changing Taste

  By Heather Callaghan, Editor In late November Nestlé announced it had made a research breakthrough in their chocolate recipes – restructuring sugar in order to cut down on the ingredient by 40%, but still trick consumer taste buds into sweet satisfaction. Nestlé says, “Imagine if your favorite chocolate bar tasted just as good, but with…

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As Flint Suffers, Nestlé Plans Dramatic Expansion of Water Privatization in Michigan

By Lauren McCauley The state of Michigan has reportedly issued preliminary approval for bottled water behemoth Nestlé to nearly triple the amount of groundwater it will pump, to be bottled and sold at its Ice Mountain plant, which lies roughly 120 miles northwest of the beleaguered community of Flint. “Nestlé Waters North America is asking…

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Nestlé Folds to Consumer Demand, Will Offer Organic Food to Avoid Profit Loss

By Christina Sarich Nestlé, the food corporation known for illegally contributing more than $1.75 million to the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association slush fund meant to prevent labeling of food containing genetically modified (GM, GMO) ingredients, has decided to go organic. The company announced this week that they plan to grow their own line of non-GMO products…

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Nestlé Given Green Light to Continue Bottling and Profiting from National Forest Water

By Christina Sarich A California federal judge just gave Nestlé the go ahead to continue stealing water from the San Bernardino National Forest. Nestlé has become infamous for trying to privatize (steal) water from over 50 springs throughout the United States, though residents in the small towns they monopolize have tried fighting back. In a…

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Student Refuses Nestle Scholarship Over Company’s Unethical Profiteering

By Christina Sarich Most students eager to get a college degree will accept a few bucks from anywhere they’re offered. Except Hannah Rousey. This stand-out student has refused a rather large chunk of change offered by the Nestlé Corporation in the form of a scholarship, based on her uncanny sense of integrity and her views…

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We ‘Slayed the Dragon’: Community Wins as Nestle Drops Water Extraction Plans

By Andrea Germanos Victory for Monroe County, Penn. community comes on heels of another loss of bottled water giant in Ore. After facing community resistance, bottled beverage giant Nestlé Waters North America this week ditched its plans to extract water from a Monroe County, Penn. spring. The plan would have seen Nestlé take 200,000 gallons of…

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“Nestlé Is Trying To Break Us” Town Fights To Stop Bottled Water Megacorp From Stealing Their Water

By Claire Bernish A small town in Pennsylvania is the latest to be targeted by Nestlé Waters North America, which, in typical fashion, is seeking to extract millions of gallons of freshwater to bottle and sell for an obscene profit — whether or not local residents approve. Nestlé sneakily began testing waters in the Kunkeltown…

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Supreme Court: Former Child Slaves Used in Cocoa Production Can Sue Nestle

By Carey Wedler On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled a lawsuit filed by former child slaves against mega-corporation Nestle can move forward. The decision finalizes a lower court’s prior ruling, which Nestle previously attempted to overturn in an attempt to halt suits from individuals who worked in the African cocoa trade as children. As Reuters reports,…

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