Nestle accused of using child labor: Should Nestle be shut down for its practices?

  • The CEO should drink flint water

    Screw nestle and no they do not deserve a chance to correct it nor are they a great company. They are environmental enemies, enemies of the people, and I think if they say it is ok for others, thr CEO and owner should have to drink flint water straight from the pipe for a year.

  • Yes, Nestle should be shut down for its practices.

    Yes, Nestle should be shut down if allegations that they used child labor are found to be true. Child labor was widespread throughout the world before the relatively recent advent of regulations outlawing the use of child labor. As a society, we cannot go backwards. We must make examples out of companies that employ this terrible practice.

  • Yes, they should.

    Nestle is an uthical company that has been stealing water from communities that desperately need it because of droughts and water pollution. That alone is enough for a boycott, and if they are breaking the law buy using child labor they definatley need to be shut down and dissolved as a company.

  • They should be vetted.

    There should be an investigation into what Nestle knew and when they knew it. Investigators need to make sure that Nestle knew what was going on and looked the other way before they shut the company down. It is not enough for someone to claim outrage and offense without any proof.

  • No, i disagree.

    I strongly disapprove this. Nestle should not be shut down for its practices. I believe that a warning is better that shutting down the whole business. This was a simple mistake that can be corrected. Though Nestle was accused of using Child Labor, it is a company with a great reputation and this can be solved.

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