Nestle held a Forum in London today 27 May - broadcast on the internet - about its Creating Shared Value strategy. Nestle portrays itself as a model of ethical behaviour, driven by its values. Yet the claims it makes and reports it produces are very misleading. Baby Milk Action's questions were not posted to the discussion board - read them here.
People put questions about Nestle's pushing of baby milk and other issues to Nestlé and panelists, but, the moderators did not post these to the discussion boards. At the end of the first session, the Chair said two questions had been posted to the webcast - but neither was the question put by Baby Milk Action.
See the links at the bottom for sources of information about ongoing Nestlé malpractice, which shows Nestlé Creating Shared Value strategy is meaningless PR intended to divert criticism so it can carry on boosting profits while others count the cost.
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Nestle Forum webcast (where Baby Milk Action and others posted comments):
Nestle Forum discussion board:
Concerns about Nestlé
Watch Mr. Henry Nastie, spoof marketing guru, explain the truth about Nestlé baby milk marketing at:
Nestlé's misleading Creating Shared Value reports exposed: