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Climate friendly or greenwashing?

Nestlé, one of the world's largest food and beverage companies, announced that it aimed to make all of its packaging 100% recyclable or reusable by 2025. However, this promise was met with skepticism from environmental groups who criticized the company for lack of specific targets and a plan to achieve this goal. Greenpeace calls Nestlé's statement "greenwashing" and insufficient in reducing single-use plastics.
Misleading claims aka greenwashing is becoming a new best marketing technique to generate more profits using 'sustainability' as a shield.

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  • Evangeline Wanjiru

    64 w

    Hoping it get to be implemented

    • Peter Kamau

      73 w

      Just hope this isn't the case cos can't believe Nestle could be on a greenwashing business against their word to the world.

      • winnie nguru

        73 w

        Where are the greenwashing watchdogs at while all this is happening???I believe they'd provide credible reports on this matter but just hope there's no foul play.

        • rosebellendiritu

          73 w

          It's time for action not just words

          • Munene Mugambi

            73 w

            If they follow up on it then it'll be good.

            • Tabitha Kimani

              73 w

              Let them implement what they promised but it should not be PR.

            • Kevin Waweru

              73 w

              Lets hope the plan sees light of day

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