Instead of simply cutting the sugar content in its candy products, Nestle has decided to reformulate the substance into “sugar lite.”
Nestle has been granted preliminary approval to increase pumping from 150 to 400 gallons-per-minute at 1 of its Michigan plants.
People around the world are furious over Nestle’s latest escapade: buying a drought-stricken town’s water supply.
3 major companies announced they will remove BPA from their canned products following a report showing the number of food products containing the chemical.
Big Food is using DARK acts H.R. 1599 and S. 2609 to try to stop implementation of Vermont’s GMO labeling law and to stop all states from mandating GMO labeling.
A recent Associated Press poll has found that almost half of Americans no longer trust their water supplies – largely thanks to the Flint water crisis.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a bid by Nestle to throw out a lawsuit which holds the company liable for the use of child slave workers.
Six major food manufacturers are in trouble in Brazil for failing to include labels indicating the use of genetically modified ingredients.
Nestle has to remove its claim that Nesquik is “a great start to the day” after a lobbying group claimed it encouraged poor nutritional habits in children.
Nestle claims to have created a way for people to get an all-day caffeine boost from a single cup of coffee via a slow-release method using cubosomes.
Environmental groups filed a suit against the United States Forest Service, demanding it stop Nestlé from taking the water.
The Indian government has filed a $99 million class action suit against Nestle for selling contaminated Noodles and ‘trading unfairly.’
Nestle CEO Tim Brown was asked if Nestle would stop taking water from drought-stricken California. His answer may not be what you’d expect.
As of now, 189,000 activists have signed a petition telling the US Forest Service that they need to halt Nestlé’s illegal takeover of California’s water.
Did you know Nestlé has been illegally pumping water from a Southern California national forest for its bottled water with an expired permit for 27 years?
Nestlé has continued its water bottling practices even while California has struggled though its worst drought in history, sparking widespread outrage.
In a tactically-influenced move, mega-food corporation Nestle announced a phase out of artificial flavors and colors from its candy bars by 2015.