Karavani de Redacted apunta su cañón de agua a Nestlé y su fraude de agua de manantial en Polonia

“¿El manantial de Polonia de Nestlé es lo mismo que el agua de su fregadero? No. Es peor. "Uno o más de los pozos de la compañía están cerca del presente o el antiguo vertedero de desechos humanos, vertederos o sitios similares".

Naomi Karavani

POLAND SPRING, MAINE -- Nestlé is facing a class-action lawsuit from consumers in eight states in New England, based on claims that the Poland Spring brand is “100% Natural Spring Water.” The plaintiffs, from Maine to Pennsylvania, are alleging deceptive labeling. A classic example is labeling something “all natural.” That label really means

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Coke, Nestle Near Ownership of World’s Second Largest Aquifer

A concerted push is underway in South America that could see the Guarani Aquifer, one of the world’s largest reserves of fresh water, soon fall into the hands of transnational corporations such as Coca-Cola and Nestle.

Tourists visit Iguazu Falls in Brazil. The falls are part of the world's largest reservoir of fresh water, known as the Guarani Aquifer. They are in the middle of thick jungle that has more than 1,000 plant and hundreds of animal species., March 15, 2015.(AP/Jorge Saenz)

A concerted push is underway in South America that could see one of the world’s largest reserves of fresh water soon fall into the hands of transnational corporations such as Coca-Cola and Nestle. According to reports, talks to privatize the Guarani Aquifer – a vast subterranean water reserve lying beneath Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay –

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As Flint Suffers, Nestlé Plans Dramatic Expansion of Water Privatization in Michigan

What’s more, the biggest food company in the world gets to pump that water at no cost .

Nestle brand Arrowhead water bottlers. (Screenshot)

The state of Michigan has reportedly issued preliminary approval for bottled water behemoth Nestlé to nearly triple the amount of groundwater it will pump, to be bottled and sold at its Ice Mountain plant, which lies roughly 120 miles northwest of the beleaguered community of Flint. "Nestlé Waters North America is asking the Michigan Department

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Court Gives Nestlé Green Light To Continue Bottling Water From National Forest

When Nestlé Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe was asked if he believes water is a human right he said that, “Yes, water is a human right, but water isn’t free.” Apparently, if you are a mega-corporation like Nestlé, it comes pretty darned close.

Nestle brand Arrowhead water bottlers. (Screenshot)

California — A California federal judge just gave Nestlé the go ahead to continue stealing water from the San Bernardino National Forest. Nestlé has become infamous for trying to privatize water from over 50 springs throughout the United States, though residents in the small towns they monopolize have tried fighting back. In a recent turn for

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Nestle Spent $11M Lobbying Congress To Control Water, Cocoa & Trade Since 2013

Nestlé is also a funder of the American Legislative Exchange Council, the controversial corporate think tank which produces model legislation that’s later introduced by the state legislators it sponsors.

Paul Bulcke, CEO of Nestle, attends a press conference. (AP Photo/Saurabh Das)

AUSTIN, Texas --- Nestlé’s political influence in the United States is backed by a generous war chest which funds the often controversial company’s efforts to lobby against the types of trade, labor, and environmental regulations which might impede its profits. The Swiss multinational has been accused of using slave labor in the seafood and

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Judge: Nestlé Can Keep Bottling California’s Water Under Permit That Expired In 1988

And a federal judge has ruled that the Swiss-based multinational may continue to do so until the Forest Service takes action on the permit it’s allowed to lapse for 28 years.

Cars in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., drive by a sign encouraging residents to save water, July 2, 2015.

SAN BERNARDINO, California --- A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Nestlé can continue to bottle water from drought-stricken Southern California, even though the permit which allows the company to pipe water from the San Bernardino National Forest expired in 1988. https://twitter.com/CenterForBioDiv/status/778734509181194242 Despite a

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