Nestle Slammed For Siphoning Drought Water And Selling It For Profit

Posted: May 25, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Nestle under fire for taking drought water and selling it for profit

Nestle has come under fire after the company were caught funnelling tens of millions of gallons of water from drought-stricken California, and selling it for a profit.

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Nestle under fire for taking drought water and selling it for profitNestle has come under fire after the company were caught funnelling tens of millions of gallons of water from drought-stricken California, and selling it for a profit. 

In the San Bernardino Mountains in Southern California, Nestle siphon millions of gallons of water, desperately needed by the State, and bottle it up at a nearby plant to be sold as Arrowhead Water in stores.

CBS reports: According to the Beverage Marketing Co., the water business is booming, and bottled water sales were up 9 percent over the last year. The trend has sent Nestle looking for new sources to meet customer demand.

Of the company’s current 40 water sources around the country, 11 are in California, which is dealing with a long-term drought.

“Every gallon of water that is taken out of the natural system for bottled water is a gallon of water that doesn’t flow down a stream; that doesn’t support a natural…

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Comments
  1. Kenneth T. says:

    Scr*w nestlé, my wife and I try NOT to buy their products.

    • Same here, Kenneth. Hopefully the negative attention they are getting via social media will expand the boycott and begin to affect their profits – as is happening with McDonald’s and Monsanto.

  2. That’s the ‘free’ market for you. Just a bunch of crooks.

  3. The immorality of capitalism at work.

  4. You’re right, Rosaliene. Crony capitalism at its finest. Crooked corporate CEOS never seem to get very far without the support of crooked politicians.

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