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Oct252009

Nestle-Free Week: October 26 to November 1



As I continue to work on my responses to Nestle's answers to my questions that came out of the Nestle Family blogger event, I thought I'd put in a quick reminder that this week (October 26 to November 1) is Nestle-Free Week. Even if you do not or feel you can not fully support the boycott all of the time, this one week protest gives a wider range of people the opportunity to make a difference, raise an objection, and perhaps make a tiny dent in Nestle's profits.
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