Does anyone by chance have a link to the informative video where a guy was kneeling down at a grocery store talking about a nestle product? I can't find it for the life of me
[this one? ](https://youtu.be/zDgmUtO8aUA)
Fighting the good fight. This is the Way.
This is the way
This shows that there is some good in tiktok
See.All tik-tok's aren't bad or cringe
Yeah, I have seen some really interesting ones.
Didn't those assholes start pushing their formula in third world countries much earlier than 2005? Like in the 70s? 🤔
I had read that they were giving it for free until mothers using it stopped producing milk...then started charging
Sick, sick, sick.
I have so many good memories with the willy wonka company, My mom used to bring me their candy in the hospital!
WHY DID YOU HAVE TO BE SUCH A SHIT COMPANY NESTLE?!?!
Just after the fall of communism in Poland my grandma used to give me the After Eight chocolates. They're made by Nestlé too, I didn't have one in ten years 😭
There are a couple good ones at least.
Good idea, poor execution.
Perhaps we can help him with a bigger list?
Turned out my favorite bottled tea was fron Nestle. Guess what I quitted drinking?
was certain that was adam Neely for a good couple seconds
I've worked for kraft and danone and coke as a finance person, and he's right. When they do something charitable, it's because they're going to buy those water rights once they're clean. You can't escape center isle monopolies or "fresh meat" perimeter isles. When you shop a major grocery store, you're buying from kraft/heinz, dannon, nestle, mondeleze, or P&G.
The saddest part is that they marketed it in a way that frightened many African mothers. They started to believe that they wouldn’t be able to provide enough vitamins and nutrients to their babies by breastfeeding. Nestle insisted that the formula would do that for them. But the formula is very expensive, so many of these moms thinned it out more than recommended. So aside from the contaminated water itself, the babies didn’t get enough nutrients at all, after all, and died from malnutrition. Had they breastfed in the first place, it would’ve been healthier in the end. But Nestle abused mother’s worries for their children in third world countries to earn fucking money and murdered those babies in the process. Fuck nestle.
Those are rookie numbers
**rookie numbers, those are.**
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WHOS THE BAD NUT NOW?👇🤣
Bad egg,but ok
Twitter is dumb for not cancelling nestle
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Someone gotta teach the younglins. Props to that guy
I hate N#stle, but I like Pepsi and Coca Cola
"It kills dababy" lesgooooooooo
Fuck nestle you motherfuckers 😤
Why the fuck doesn't nestle just start making canned milk instead of that powdered garbage?
The solution to this problem is literally not that fucking hard.
As a nursing mother this makes me furious. Fvck them. Just learned about this and I will no longer buy or consume their products.
Now educate the masses about Tik Tok.
It’s actually pretty easy to not buy those products he shows in the last frame. Candy is not necessary for human life, those beauty and fashion brands aren’t necessary for human life, and those pet foods brands suck. Most products humans think they can’t live without are just crap with good marketing.
I think he means that you might be buying from them and not knowing, or that you might have trouble finding some (even if non-essential) products without buying from them.
I once tried to buy baby food in a small town while traveling, they had only two brands: Nestlé NAN and Nestlé owned old local brand.
Okay, fuck Nestle. For sure. But... I'm still having a hard time seeing how this is their fault or why they're seen as killing millions of babies a year?
I get that they spent billions on ads for their product - they want you to buy their product and use it... But if people are mixing it with toxic water, why is that Nestle's fault? If he had said that Nestle is poisoning all of the water with one of their other companies, then yes I'd say it's Nestle's fault... But i wouldn't argue that their at fault for wanting people to use their product. It's the fault of whoever poisoned the water and that's what we should be talking about.
This is a really weird attack, unless someone can explain what I'm clearly missing.
They misinform people saying it's better than breast milk, mislabel their product (no information in local language), aggressively push it in maternity wards making people dependent on it (breasts stop making milk if the baby doesn't eat it). They're fully aware of the consequences and could easily afford to make proper labels and advertise truthfully and ethically, but their bottom line is slightly better the way it is now.
I'm not trying to defend nestle here but do they have control over the water? Emphasis on control not own.
Please don't down vote me into oblivion for not understanding and blindly agreeing.
I don't know how much control they have over the water supply, but they would still know that they're selling formula to people without adequate water.
More importantly, what the guy didn't say in the video is that they convinced new mothers that breast milk was not adequate nutrition for their babies and that they *should* be using this formula. In some cases, they provided mothers with just enough free formula that they would stop lactating and then were forced to continue buying formula.
Not all tik toks are bad.
Don't forget that they have away free formula to new mothers, but deliberately gave them enough that it would stop their own milk production.
And this is how tiktok should be used
It's surprising that someone of his caliber is on tik-tok.
You can post a variety of things here, but remember fuck Nestlé.
Nestle loving is forbidden (read rules)