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Nestlé

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Switzerland

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29 May 2001

HK [Hong Kong] activists block Nestle plant in GM food protest

Author: Chee-may Chow, Reuters

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Article
1 June 2001

How Nestlé uses the 'breast is best' notice to endorse its breastmilk substitutes

Author: Campaign for Ethical Marketing, Baby Milk Action

[alleged violation of the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes]

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1 June 2001

How Nestlé uses the 'breast is best' notice to endorse its breastmilk substitutes

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31 August 2001
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Author: Antoine Mach

[PDF] [fait référence à Nestlé, Novartis, UBS, Credit Suisse, ABB, Coop, Migros, Switcher, Veillon]

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Article
31 August 2001

Swiss business and human rights: Confrontations and partnerships with NGOs

Author: Antoine Mach, study commissioned by Antenna International

[PDF] [refers to Nestlé, Novartis, UBS, Credit Suisse, ABB, Coop, Migros, Switcher, Veillon]

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1 September 2001

Swiss business & human rights (Nestlé, Novartis, UBS, Credit Suisse, ABB, Coop, Migros, Switcher, Veillon)

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16 October 2001

Your questions answered: The Nestlé boycott and Nestlé's Public Relations materials

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Article
16 October 2001

Your questions answered: The Nestlé boycott and Nestlé's Public Relations materials

Author: Baby Milk Action

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Article
26 October 2001

It's enough to make you sick

Author: Charlotte Williamson, Evening Standard [London]

...So, are the chocolatiers, by agreeing to the Protocol, finally accepting responsibility for slave labour used on cocoa farms - and effectively admitting that they had previously turned a blind eye? [refers to Mars, Nestlé, Cadbury, BCCCA (Biscuit,...

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Article
28 December 2001

Cute toy rabbits belie ordeal of Chinese labour camps

Author: Kelly Burke, Sydney Morning Herald

Imprisoned for her beliefs and forced to make toys for a multinational company:...stamped indelibly on her brain are the faces of 100,000 long-eared, buck-toothed toy rabbits, bearing the Nestlé brand...Ms Zeng and about 130 other prisoners were...

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