Nestlé and Kellogg’s linked to shocking palm oil abuse in Papua New Guinea

Palm oil companies selling to European brands boasted about the use of child labour and beatings of local people. A two-year investigation by international NGO Global Witness has revealed the shocking extent of human rights abuses and rampant deforestation in Papua New Guinea. The South Pacific nation is home to the world’s third-largest remaining rainforest: aContinue reading “Nestlé and Kellogg’s linked to shocking palm oil abuse in Papua New Guinea”

Nestlé to cut almost 600 jobs as it closes UK factory and moves some production to Europe

The firm says the plant it intends to close in Fawdon is “home to many smaller, low-growth brands”, and it will invest elsewhere. Nestlé is to make almost 600 people redundant as it closes a factory in the UK and moves some of its production to Europe. The Swiss multinational said products currently made atContinue reading “Nestlé to cut almost 600 jobs as it closes UK factory and moves some production to Europe”

Parched California Orders Nestle to Back Off the Bottling Water

Drought regulators give the bottlers of Arrowhead 20 days to drastically cut diversions of spring water in the San Bernardino National Forest as the Golden State preps for drought. Careening toward another summer of bitter drought conditions and urban water restrictions, California is once again targeting Nestle’s bottled-water operation in the parched San Bernardino NationalContinue reading “Parched California Orders Nestle to Back Off the Bottling Water”

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