Nestlé admits: 60% of what we do is unhealthy
An internal document has surfaced and revealed that 60% of Nestlé's portfolio is unhealthy. The company has acknowledged it is true.
Plastic pollution covering 15 football fields per day, child slavery in Africa, water pollution in France, and depleting one of Florida's springs is the food giant's brand getting a hard hit in 2021?
A recent internal presentation to company top executives has surfaced, and The Financial Times had access to it. It revealed that most of its food portfolio did not reach the minimum 3.5 stars of the Australian health rating system.
According to The Financial Times, the presentation said: “We have made significant improvements to our products . . . [but] our portfolio still underperforms against external definitions of health in a landscape where regulatory pressure and consumer demands are skyrocketing”.
With this logo no wonder we can ask about it:
Nestle's claim is "good food, good life", or so they say!