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(S+) How Nestlé torpedoed warnings about sugar bombs: lobbying with state aid

2022-07-02T09:57:48.233Z

Internal documents show how the food multinational Nestlé in Mexico wanted to prevent warnings on its products - and how the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs assisted.



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Black warnings on a chocolate tower with Nestlé products in a shopping center in Mexico City (2020)

Photo: Consuelo Pagaza

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Source: spiegel

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