How Nestle Makes Billions Selling You Groundwater in A Bottle

 From Pam Vernon at Envirowatch Rangitikei

NZ Water Rights


A new investigation from Bloomberg Businessweek reveals how large water bottling companies choose their plant locations based not on the steady supply of pristine, natural drinking water, as their labels and other marketing campaigns would lead you to believe, but based on which economically depressed municipalities offer up the most tax breaks and have the most lax water laws. 

As an example, even in the drought stricken state of California, Bloomberg notes that Nestle was able to strike a sweetheart 20-year supply agreement with the U.S. Forest Service to pay roughly $0.000001 for the water in each bottle that consumers blindly drop a couple bucks to purchase.


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How Nestle Makes Billions Selling You Groundwater in A Bottle

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