Popular brands like Aquafina and Dasani source mainly from catastrophically dry parts of the West. —By Julia Lurie | Mon Aug. 11, 2014 6:00 AM EDT Bottled-water drinkers, we have a problem: there's a good chance that your water comes from California, a state experiencing the third driest year on record. The details of … [Read more...]
Shocking statistics surfacing about record busting, low water levels in America’s Great Lakes make no mention of the sale of fresh water supplies by private companies to China, or of President Obama’s executive order and the legal loophole allowing these sales. “Two of the Great Lakes have hit their lowest water levels EVER RECORDED,” the US Army … [Read more...]
Nestlé CEO Says You Shouldn’t Have the Right to Water!? Who the hell does this pompous ass think he is?
Nestlé CEO Says You Shouldn't Have the Right to Water!? I have never ever used profanity on my blog, but after seeing this video, I was absolutely appalled and quite frankly enraged at the gall of this idiot that I could not contain my disgust at this man. Nestlé CEO Peter Brabeck, has been caught on video saying he believes water should not be a … [Read more...]
Stephen Colbert Exposes Nestlé’s Disturbing Desire To Privatize Water In this incredible clip, Stephen Colbert brings attention to a Nestlé chairman’s chilling comments about water not being a human right, but a commodity that should be privatized. Nestlé’s 68-year-old former CEO and current Chairman, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, says he wants to … [Read more...]
Gerber "Nursery Water" is Poisoned with Fluoride - Sign This Petition Today, I am writing another blog post as follow up on my latest post New Hampshire Governor Signs Infant Warning Bill Into Law. I have been an avid opposer of fluoride in drinking water for many years, and I am convinced as many others are that fluoride is toxic waste poison! … [Read more...]
By Darcey Rakestraw On April 23, Nestlé announced it had purchased Pfizer’s infant nutrition unit, which will strengthen their ability to sell infant formula in emerging markets, particularly in Asia. The move is not surprising, since 85 percent of Pfizer’s infant nutrition revenues came from developing countries, where Nestlé is also … [Read more...]
Nestlé is at it again; saying one thing and doing another. Today, at its annual shareholders’ meeting, Nestlé is busy touting a rosy new community siting strategy. Yet in Wacissa, Florida, Nestlé is set to pump an estimated 450,000 gallons each day from the pristine Wacissa River just to drive its bottled water profits. Wacissa residents are … [Read more...]