Web sites presenting information in which it is argued or in which the data leads to a discussion about the unethical conduct of this firm. Includes protests, boycotts, strikes, class action suits, and other organized actions against Nestlé. Most sites are focused on Nestlé's unethical methods of marketing infant formula in the third world. In order to sell more of its infant formula, Nestlé hired women and dressed them up as nurses to give out free samples of Nestlé formula just long enough for the mother's breast milk to dry up.
Related categories 2
Baby Milk Action
The latest on the baby milk campaign and the Nestlé boycott. New information is posted at least once a month.
Baby Food Action: Boycott Nestle
Information and links about the boycott in Australia.
Information page on the Nestle Boycott
A guide to the ongoing boycott of nestle products, due to alleged non compliance with the WHO code for promotion of milk substitutes
A Formula for Disaster
"Nestle has a history of trying not only to improve its image but to discredit the IBFAN movement and the boycott campaigns in particular." [Multinational Monitor] (March 01, 1992)
Last update:February 20, 2015 at 9:35:11 UTC