Nestle Animal Testing, Human Murder & Child Labor

Cruel Groundless Experiments

Nestle, a company that has been in business since 1905 is at the forefront of animal lovers around the globe. In a recent report published by The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, states that Nestle has been performing unneeded and non-required testing on mice for their green tea products.

The mice are forced fed a concentrate of green tea, then placed in a pitch black cage. They are then shocked and eventually killed. In another useless test mice were purposely restricted to cause muscle degeneration. The experimenters then cut their legs open and decapitated them!

Precious mice such as these are brutally tortured for "tea". Please DO NOT buy Nestea.
Precious mice such as these are brutally tortured for "tea". Please DO NOT buy Nestea. | Source

Nestle Undercover

We are speaking of tiny mice, innocent and kind creatures being tortured for tea. Unfortunately, these are not the only test subjects that are being viciously tested on; Nestle also tests on dogs, rabbits, rats, guinea pigs, cats etc. Nestle currently holds the worse possible ECRA rating for their animal testing policy, lowered significantly upon the merger with L'Oreal. They have been the focus of national boycotts for their baby milk products. They are responsible for habitat destruction in Brazil's rain-forest, and have been a target for human rights, child trafficking and sweatshops. Then there are the human murders of Nestle workers, union leaders etc.; you can draw your own conclusions see Nestle Murders.

So why is Nestle getting away with all of this? Money, they have their hands deeply embedded in the pockets of politicians and world leaders. The only way that these atrocities will stop is by drastically slowing down the demand for their products. A Boycott is the only way to hurt a massive corporation like Nestle.
There are plenty of other products sold that are cruelty free see a list here: Leaping Bunny, Cruelty Free List. For detergents Huish products now Sun Products Corp the makers of , all®, Wisk®, Surf®, Sun®, Snuggle® and Sunlight® are not tested on animals.

Please review the list of products below, and visit the "secondary list of products" page for more, including products found worldwide.

Secondary List of Products

Aero, ALPO, Baby Ruth, BabyNes Baker’s Complete Dog Food (UK), Beneful Dog Food, Boost, Buitoni, Butterfinger, Cailler Chocolate,California Pizza Kitchen, Carnation, Cat Chow, Cerelac, Chef, Chef Michaels, Chef Mate, Cheerios Cereal, Chocapic, Chips A’Hoy, Cini Minis, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Coffee-Mate, Cookie Crisp, Crunch, Digiorno Pizza, Dog Chow, Dryers Ice Cream Family (Grand, Slow Churned, Dibs and Fruit Bars), Edy’s Ice Cream, Enviga, Estrelitas, Extreme Ice Cream, Fancy Feast, Felix, Fitness, Friskies, Gerber, Gerber Graduates, Goobers, GoodStart, Gourmet Cat Food, Häagen-Dazs , Herta, Hot Pockets, IceBreakers, Jenny Craig, Juicy Juice, Kit Kat, La Laitière , Lean Cuisine, Libby’s Juice, Maggi, Milky Bar, Milo, Minor’s, Mövenpick Ice Cream, NaturNes, Nescafe, Nespresso, Nesquik, Nestea, Nestle Ice Cream, Nestle Pure Life Water, Nestrum, Nido, Nutren Junior, Oh Henry, Orion Chocolate, Papa Guiseppi, Peptamen, Perrier, Poland Spring, Power Bar, Purina, Purina Pro Plan, Purina One, Raisenets, Resource, S.Pellegrino, Shredded Wheat Cereal, Skinny Cow, Sjora, Smarties, Stouffers, Trix Cereal, Tollhouse Brands, Tombstone Pizza, Thomy, Turtles, Wonka Candy.

Beauty Products: Biotherm, Cosmence, Garnier,Georgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, Diesel, Helena Rubenstein. Innéov ,La Roche-Posay, Kielhl, Cacharel, Softsheen, Lancome, L'Oreal, Matrix, Maybelline, Metamorphosis, Plénitude, Redken, Viktor & Rolf, YSL beauty products, Maison Martin Margiela, and The Body Shop.

Purina: Horse, dog, cat, livestock feeds and all other products carrying the Purina brand. (Purina Mills is owned by Land O' Lakes Corporation, however they pay a licensing fee to Nestle for the use of the brand names, therefore Nestle still profits)

Companies: L'Oreal, Prometheus Laboratories, CM&D Pharma Ltd, Sweet Leaf Tea, Nespresso Coffee Machines, Nestle-Nutrition (Health Products) and Nestle Waters North America.

TAKE ACTION ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Sign Peta's Nestea petition demanding Nestle halt animal testing. Nestea Petition

Call their consumer line and voice your complaint:1-800-225-2270, Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM EST. (inform them that you will no longer purchase Nestle products, until this ends)

Email Nestle: Email via Online Form on Nestle Website

Call Brad Alford: CEO at the Nestle USA Headquarters at (818)549-6000, in Burbank California.

Fax: Send faxes to the CEO Brad Alford, 818-549-6952.

Snail Mail: Send a hand written letter.Brad Alford, CEONestlé USA
800 N. Brand Blvd.
Glendale, CA 91203

SHARE: Send this article to as many people as possible. The abuse must stop and it begins with you.

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Gingerrevolution 5 years ago from Scotland

Bout time people started paying attention. I have been boycotting Nestle for years.

PigeonLover 4 years ago

^ yeah! I stopped buying their products(and lipton)as soon as I knew about this abuse!!!!

Lillian 4 years ago

Thank you for the info. I am going to share it on facebook. If your interested in getting more information on other companys and other ways for you to help stop animal abuse, Go like my page at "Stand up for animal Rights" On facebook.

kdawg81 3 years ago

Wait, you are saying that Sun Products Corp does NOT test on animals? I always believed that they did. Is that a typo?

neighcontent 3 years ago Author

Hi kdawg81, Sun Products aka Huish products does not test their products on animals. If you contact them by phone they will provide you with the information.

Thank you for going cruelty free!

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