Greenpeace Slams Nestlé Over 'Deforestation-Free' Claims
Greenpeace has slammed Nestlé's claim that 77% of its agricultural commodities are now 'deforestation-free', suggesting that the food group is seeking to “hide the truth” in order to retain its profits.
In a statement on its website, Nestlé claims that it has used a combination of tools, 'including certification, supply chain mapping, on-the-ground verification and satellite imagery from the Starling system' to achieve its zero-deforestation goals – a year ahead of the original 2020 goal.
The Starling system is the result of a collaboration between Airbus, the Earthworm Foundation and Nestlé.
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