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Headquarters in Switzerland

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16 June 2003

Nestle Ruling Paves Way for New Work Discrimination Cases [USA]

Author: Alexei Oreskovic, The Recorder

A California state court of appeal upheld a $5 million age discrimination jury award against Nestle U.S.A. Inc. on Thursday, a ruling that opens the door for attorneys to use the state's unfair competition law in employment discrimination cases.

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29 May 2003

U.S. Agency to Be Cited in Suit About Trade and Child Labor

Author: Elizabeth Becker, New York Times

An international labor rights group announced today that it planned to sue the United States Customs Service for breaking American trade law and allowing African cocoa picked by indentured child labor [in Côte d'Ivoire] to be imported into this...

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28 April 2003

Coffee-makers' huge profits leave a bitter taste

Author: Stathi Paxinos, The Age [Australia]

Aid and fair trade organisations accuse the world's major coffee roasters of making huge profits out of impoverished growers in developing countries, whose returns are a fraction of retail prices. They say the price paid for green coffee is so low...

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4 April 2003

company website: Nestlé

Author: Nestlé S.A.

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4 April 2003

company website: Nestlé's Infant Formula Charter

Author: Nestlé

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4 April 2003

Nestlé company website: Baby Milk Issue Facts

Author: Nestlé

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4 April 2003

Nestlé company website: Baby Milk Issue Facts

Author: Nestlé

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4 April 2003

Nestlé company website: Nestlé's Infant Formula Charter

Author: Nestlé

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28 March 2003

Multinationals tighten grip on bottled water

Author: Samantha Tonkin, swissinfo

Switzerland’s Nestlé is one firm set on expanding its share of the world’s bottled water market. But critics say that by tapping sources of fresh water, multinationals are squeezing local communities and monopolising what should be a public good. ...

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2 March 2003

Let's hear it for the boycott

Author: Faisal Islam, Observer [UK]

Direct consumer action is more effective than ever, writes Faisal Islam. But big business is hitting back [includes reference to Esso/ExxonMobil, Shell, Nestlé, GlaxoSmithKline]

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