Saturday, June 6, 2020

Tag: Nestlé

Nestlé to Continue to Pipe Water Out of California Despite Drought...

Nestlé has been using a pipeline to take public water, in drought-stricken California, and use it for selling purposes on an expired permit from 1988.

U.S. Town Unites to Successfully Stop Nestle From Drilling On Their...

This town’s residents just showed Nestle they’re not backing down against corporate greed.

Nestlé Gains Control Over Town’s Water for 45 Years

Nestlé subsidiary, Poland Spring, now has control over a small town's groundwater for the next several decades.

Nestlé Removes GMO Ingredients from Ice Cream

Nestlé will be removing all GMOs from six of its top selling ice cream brands.

Nestlé to be Sued Over Water Groundwater Extraction in California

Three environmental groups are pursuing legal action against Nestlé for continuing to extract groundwater with an expired permit in California during a drought.

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