Nestle's Social Irresponsibility in Developing Nations
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The company was severely condemned by health agencies around the world for its marketing of infant formula in developing countries, by conveying the message that the formula was better for babies than mothers' milk.
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Nestlé, food-based companies, world, Henri Nestlé, 1867, Vevey, Switzerland, 1960, soluble and roast coffee, tea, health drinks, mineral water brands, dairy products, chocolates, confectionery, ice cream, frozen food, culinary products, breakfast cereals, infant food, pet care, pharmaceutical products, cosmetics, 2002, 250,000, 508 factories, unethical marketing practices, health agencies, infant formula, Mothers' milk, purchasing cocoa, Ivory Coast, bonded labor, children, plantations, cocoa beans, selling ,genetically modified food ,Asian countries, Pure Life
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