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Nestlé Canada recalls non-dairy drumsticks after finding they may contain milk

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***RECALL ALERT*** Nestlé Canada Inc. is recalling Drumstick Caramel Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert Cones and Drumstick Vanilla Chocolate Swirl Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert Cones from the marketplace because they may contain milk which is not declared on the label.

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Nestle Canada recalls non-dairy Drumstick cones over concerns they actually may contain dairy

In a new comedic campaign for @Coffee_mate  from Nestle Canada, a couple can endure a racoon attack with a cup of coffee.

In a new comedic campaign for @Coffee_mate  from Nestle Canada, a couple can endure a racoon attack with a cup of coffee.

In a new comedic campaign for @Coffee_mate  from Nestle Canada, a couple can endure a racoon attack with a cup of coffee.

One Rock Capital Partners, the middle-market buyout shop that recently agreed to buy Nestle SA’s bottled-water brands in the U.S. and Canada, raised $2 billion for its third private equity fund -- its largest on record. #Industrials 

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One Rock Capital Partners, the middle-market buyout shop that recently agreed to buy Nestle SA’s bottled-water brands in the U.S. and Canada, raised $2 billion for its third private equity fund -- its largest on record.

Nestle Canada Inc. says it is selling its Pure Life bottled water business as Ontario prepares to give municipalities veto power over new water bottling permits.

Nestle Canada says it is selling its Pure Life bottled water business to Ice River Springs as Ontario prepares to give its municipalities veto power over new water bottling permits.

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Reminder: Nestle extracts millions of gallons of water from forests in California to indigenous land in Canada, which they resell in bottled form. That's partly why people are calling to #BoycottNestle . Here's how Nestle makes bank off Michigan's water:

Coffee cups from Tim Hortons and bottles that used to contain Nestlé Pure Life products form 2 of the top 5 litter categories in Canada, according to an audit conducted by Greenpeace.

For the second year in a row, Nestlé and Tim Hortons were the top companies behind branded plastic bottles, coffee cups, and lids and other plastic waste collected in shoreline cleanups across the country, Greenpeace Canada reported Tuesday.

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