How Nestle Makes Billions Bottling Free Water

How Nestle Makes Billions Bottling Free Water

Nestle, the world’s largest food and beverage company, bottles Michigan’s water for next to nothing and sells it at great profit. And the state has just approved its request to pump even more, despite the failed promise of jobs and 80,000 public comments against Nestle. Meanwhile, just two hours away, Flint still doesn’t have clean water. AJ+’s Dena Takruri meets those who have a stake in this fight, including local environmentalists, a tribal citizen, ordinary residents and a Nestle spokeswoman.

2 replies on “How Nestle Makes Billions Bottling Free Water”

Anyone who lives in place that has pre-filtered water like most of the U.S. is a fool for buying bottled water. Your better off putting a filter system on your incoming water. In the long run you will save lots of money, not only that but you will be saving the billions of plastic bottles that don’t get recycled.

The plastic bottles that the water is packaged in are the scourge of the earth. I will rarely drink bottled water anymore for that fact alone.

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