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Coca Cola, Nestlé face scrutiny on recycled bottles claims

Dutch consumer watchdog Consumentenbond has joined European consumer organisation Beuc and other groups from 12 EU countries in a legal complaint against food and drink giants Coca Cola, Danone and Nestlé for misleading claims about recycling plastic bottles.

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Global craze for collagen linked to Brazilian deforestation

Tens of thousands of cattle raised on farms that are damaging tropical forests in Brazil are being used to produce collagen – the active ingredient in health supplements at the centre of a global wellness craze.

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Hundreds of companies promised to help save forests. Did they?

Hundreds of companies promised to help save forests. Did they?

Cargill, Nestle, Carrefour and others pledged to reach net-zero deforestation in their supply chains by 2020.

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Supreme Court limits human rights suits against corporations

Six citizens of Mali had sued Nestlé USA and Cargill, accusing the companies of profiting from child slavery on Ivory Coast cocoa farms.
The big money is going vegan
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The big money is going vegan

Oatly, maker of dairy alternatives, could be worth $10 billion when it lists on the stock market this week. The share sale is a barometer of changing consumer preferences.
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Drought-hit California orders Nestlé to stop pumping millions of gallons of water

California water officials have moved to stop Nestlé from siphoning millions of gallons of water out of California's San Bernardino forest, which it bottles and sells as Arrowhead brand water, as drought conditions worsen across the state.

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