It’s unfortunate, but babies who receive federally-funded WIC assistance are usually provided with formula comprised of toxic GMO ingredients. Make it stop.
Nestle’s former CEO and current Chairman went on record in saying that water should in fact be privatized — owned entirely by corporations like Nestle.
Do you want to know which companies to totally avoid because they use or support GMOs? Here are 6 huge conglomerates aiming to ruin your right to know.
Why has Nestlé removed GMOs (genetically modified organisms) from baby foods and formulas in South Africa and not in the United States?
Baby food companies such as Purity Brands are going GMO-free while others, like Nestle/Gerber, refuse. It looks like it is time for another boycott.
Insane. Nestle was caught taking water from a town’s pristine aquifer, only to sell the water back to town residents in bottles. The town is fighting back.
Companies Monsanto, Coke, Pepsi and Nestle are spending millions to halt Washington’s GMO labeling bill Proposition 522. The outcome is too close to call.
Here are 3 companies which will not consider removing GMOs from their baby products. They represent more than 90 percent of baby formula sales in the US.
Swiss food company Nestlé is now seeking a patent on an ancient healing herb called Nigella sativa, commonly known as fennel flower or black cumin.
Companies should own every single bit of water on the planet, according to Nestle’s former CEO. Actually, Nestle’s position on owning water is not new.
According to the former CEO and now Chairman of the largest food product manufacturer Nestle, corporations should own every drop of water on the planet.
GMOs are not the answer, Nestlé personnel says, but they’ll follow the money. Nestlé has taken measures to calculate its water footprint and educate farmers to practice sustainable farming, but has meanwhile wiggled over $1 million to the “Say No to 37” campaign. (The campaign fights the proposal to label genetically modified organisms—GMOs–in California.)
It appears another victory has been declared in the battle against Monsanto and GMO ingredients. According to a major Brazilian business publication and GMWatch, a Brazilian court has demanded that multi-billion dollar food giant Nestle label all of their products as genetically modified that have over 1% GMO content.