Why Nestle makes me sick

Hi ,

Nestle food products (including baby food) are fairly popular in India, but I just found out something about their policy for the products they sell in India, and it’s shocking.

Nestle has actually admitted it would use genetically-contaminated products in the food it sells in this country.

But what’s more shocking is that this is the same Nestle that dare not sell genetically-tainted food in EU, Russia or Brazil.

Are Indian people less human? Are we guinea pigs and lab rats? Are we less deserving of safe food than citizens of other countries?

This has got to change, and it has to change now! That’s just why I’ve told Nestle Chairman Antonio Waszyk to come clean on the products his company sells in my country.

Just click here to join me in demanding safe, GM- Free food from Nestle. And thanks for your support!

Thanks again,


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Comments (4)

  1. KRISHANU wrote::

    I was reading about this Nestle article and one of the comments said “they consider indians dumb” i don’t get whats wrong in accepting it ? Our society is still based on age old crap caste system, our spiritual beliefs prevent us from thinking broadly …
    Forget about Nestle our politicians find us people dumb …..
    The point is how do we ensure that whatever food we buy from market does not possess the danger that similar to the ones Nestle products presumably does. Well back to blaming the system no proper judicial system no proper law order blah blah … and the vicious cycle continues.

    Friday, January 8, 2010 at 1:55 am #
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    Sunday, January 10, 2010 at 11:50 am #
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    Friday, January 15, 2010 at 3:01 pm #
  4. Sumeet Sahu wrote::

    @KRISHANU : Yeah there is no wrong in accepting that "indians are dumb".. but we are the youth of the nation and so raising voice is in our blood…

    Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 2:51 pm #