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Nestle “Pinks” its Image to Mask Use of Cancer-Producing Plastic Resins

Nestle® Pure Life® Purified Water partners with The Breast Cancer Research Foundation® To Support Breast Cancer Awareness by funding BCRF Research Grants with Special “Pink Pack” Retail Program.

What Nestle would rather you did not know, is that byproducts styrene and benzene released into the air from producing their plastic water bottles may cause cancer.  In addition, Nestle admits to using BPA lined cans for their liquid baby formula, a plastic known to cause cancer.

for more info: http://www.allergystore.com/articles/water_3.htm and http://www.stainlesswaterbottles.org/2010/01/15/what-is-bpa-the-facts-and-details-of-bpa/

Here is the link to the article applauding Nestle for supporting Breast Cancer:

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/nestle-pure-life-purified-water-is-proud-to-partner-with-the-breast-cancer-research-foundation-to-support-breast-cancer-awareness-2011-09-28

It is a good pink-washing scheme, but we’re onto you Nestle!

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