US: Nestle Waters defends documentary criticism

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 27 April 2010

Nestle Waters has defended itself over a documentary that has criticised the bottled water industry's use of water, its recycling efforts and presence of the chemical Bisphenol-A in packaging.

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Nestle Waters has defended itself over a documentary that has criticised the bottled water industry's use of water, its recycling efforts and presence of the chemical Bisphenol-A in packaging.

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