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The Evil Business of Nestlé

This video had 1,295, 767 views as of Sept. 22, 2020.  There were 5,802 comments.   It seems safe to say that Nestle is not loved  over the world, and the reasons are seen in this video.

If you are interested in the water part, it begins at around 6 minutes into the video.  But do listen to the “baby killer” part, as this is a piece of Nestle’s history and is what makes Nestle Nestle.

This is the company that is rooted in Ginnie Springs and is trying desperately to obtain a permit to continue to draw water from our springs and aquifer.

As we write this Nestle, still without a permit renewal, is expanding their plant and infrastructure to accommodate nearly four times the water historically pumped by Seven Springs.  This is corporate arrogance coupled with bullying and intimidation because they are investing heavily before getting the permit.   They are implying that they determine the actions of the permitting agencies which act at their bidding.

We can still stop Nestle by denying Seven Springs their permit to sell water to them.  A short window remains to send a postcard to:

9225 CR 49
LIVE OAK, FL 32060
Please write NO PERMIT on the card


A summarizing quote regarding Nestle:  “Their major strategy is to deprive people of necessities and then selling them expensive alternatives.”

Click on the image of the rabbit to see The Evil Business of Nestlé

nestle evils In: The Evil Business of Nestlé -- | Our Santa Fe River, Inc. (OSFR) | Protecting the Santa Fe River

Thanks to Julia Howell for this link.


Comments by OSFR historian Jim Tatum.
– A river is like a life: once taken,
it cannot be brought back © Jim Tatum

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