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Nestlé response

Author: Nestlé , Published on: 12 September 2016

We are concerned by the information contained in Global Witness’ report. Nestle does not currently manufacture products or source raw materials directly in Cambodia. As highlighted in the report, our products are distributed by a company called UNT, with whom we have worked for a number of years.

Throughout the world, Nestle conducts business in compliance with relevant laws and international standards and we invest and work for the long term to positively impact individuals, communities and the planet. This includes the way we manage our relationships with distributors and other business partners and how we expect them to behave. Nestlé requires its suppliers, service providers, distributors and third parties acting on its behalf to act with integrity and to comply with anti-bribery laws. We reserve the right to change or end commercial relationships where these do not meet our requirements...

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This is a response from the following companies: Nestlé