Email update : 16 July 2010
- New t-shirts for summer
- Nestlé responds to email campaign
- United Reformed Church Assembly backs the Nestlé boycott
New t-shirts for summer
|Our popular breastfeeding fridge magnet t-shirt is now available in apricot. |
And our baby at the breast t-shirt is now available in Kiwi.
Nestlé responds to email campaignHave you emailed Nestlé about its latest baby milk marketing strategy? Nestlé is claiming its breastmilk substitutes 'protect' babies and are 'The new "Gold Standard" in infant nutrition'.
Let us know if you have had a response from Nestlé. At the moment it is refusing to stop pushing its baby milk in this way and is ignoring the marketing standards adopted by the World Health Assembly.
As we say, Nestlé puts its own profits before infant health and the rights of mothers. We need to increase the pressure.
For our analysis of Nestlé's response and a suggested reply see:
United Reformed Church Assembly backs the Nestlé boycottThe United Reformed Church Assembly restated its support for the Nestlé boycott on 4 July.
Many thanks to everyone who supported the boycott. We look forward to continuing to work with URC in encouraging Nestlé to make the changes set out in our four-point plan for ending the boycott.
For our press release see: