Film re Nestlé's impacts on access to water: "Bottled Life - The Truth about Nestlé's Business with Water"
In February 2012 Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Nestlé to respond to the following article and film:
- “Poisoning The Well? Nestlé Accused Of Exploiting Water Supplies For Bottled Brands”, Romeo Regenass, Tagesanzeiger - translated from German by worldcrunch, 17 Jan 2012
- Website for film: “Bottled Life - The Truth about Nestlé's Business with Water”, film by Urs Schnell & Res Gehriger
The film and article allege that Nestlé is depleting drinking water supplies for its bottled brands. The film looks at impacts in areas including Nigeria, Pakistan and USA.
Nestlé sent a response to the Resource Centre: Nestlé response
Rejoinder from film's producers
In November 2012, the film's producers sent the Resource Centre a rejoinder to Nestlé's response: Rejoinder from film producers [DOC]
Further company response
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Nestlé to respond to the rejoinder: Nestlé response to rejoinder [DOC]