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Nestle accused of using fish harvested by slave labour in Fancy Feast cat food

Nestle SA was sued over claims that its Fancy Feast cat food contains fish from a Thai supplier that uses slave labour.

The complaint against the Swiss food giant follows one… 487 more words

Legal Post

This Week Has Seven Stories: The You Must Be High Edition

High housing prices, high transit taxes and the dangers of getting high were among our most popular stories of the week. Let’s read them again, because we weren’t outraged enough the first time. 707 more words

Vancouver Canucks

Five Month long flight & Food from Nestle!

Though Airplane food isn’t for gourmets, but the pilots of the Solar Impulse 2, a solar -powered airplane that is scheduled to start a round-the-world journey next week, are looking forward to the fare Swiss food giant Nestle SA has specially prepared for them. 500 more words

Travel News

Norway’s Wealth Fund Gains $31 Billion on Global Stock Surge

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, the world’s largest, returned 192 billion kroner ($31 billion) in the second quarter as energy stocks and emerging markets led a rally amid turmoil in Iraqand Ukraine. 534 more words


Dissing 21st Century Fox, BofA Not Feeling the Legal-ease and Hershey's Not So Sweet News


Looks like Time Warner has no love for Rupert Murdoch. The media tycoon, who reigns over 21st Century Fox, put out an offer last month to buy its rival for $80 billion, or about $85 a share in stock and cash.  426 more words

Lindt hits the sweet spot of the North American chocolate market with Russell Stover takeover

When dark chocolate’s powerful antioxidant properties — believed to help reduce heart-disease and cancer risks — became widely known a decade ago, Lindt’s innovative darker varieties helped the chocolatier tap into consumers’ growing desire for justifiable (or at least excusable) indulgences. 899 more words

Retail & Marketing

New 'fat cat', immigration rules put squeeze on Nestle's Swiss operations

Nestle SA Chairman Peter Brabeck- Letmathe said new Swiss regulations on immigration and corporate governance pose challenges to the long-term strategy of the world’s largest food company. 409 more words