Nestle just outbid a city for water supplies

Sometimes, companies compete with people – and they win.

Nestle’s cocoa linked to child slavery

The world’s largest food and water producer will be sued for allegations that it used child slaves to harvest cocoa beads in the Ivory Coast in Africa.

Nestle Pays $524 to Extract 27,000,000 Gallons of Drinking Water Worth $80,000,000

To say that Nestle is an unethical company would be an understatement – the company’s history is riddled with practices such as child labor, unethical promotion, manipulating uneducated mothers, pollution, price fixing, mislabeling and recently, abusing water resources. Operating under a permit that expired back in¬†1988, the company¬†drew 27 million gallons (100 million liters) of water from 12 springs in