Nestle's Social Irresponsibility in Developing Nations
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However, many observers felt that this statement by Brabeck was just an eyewash, and that the company's behavior was inexcusable. This was not the first time that Nestlé had been embroiled in controversy. The company had been castigated several times for using unethical marketing practices to promote its products in developing countries, for selling genetically modified foods without appropriate labeling, and for supporting the use of child labor in some places. Most of these offences by Nestlé had been committed in developing countries.
For the new company, Henri Nestlé adopted the logo of a nest with a mother bird protecting her young ones. This was in fact a graphic translation of his name, which meant 'little nest'. It was meant to convey values like security, protection, maternity and nourishment. (This symbol was later adopted as the corporate logo of Nestlé).
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