Nestlé, the world’s largest food company, has broken a pledge to end the use of vanilla flavourings in baby milk powders, according to a report.
Emails seen by the Guardian show that Nestlé committed to end the use of sucrose and vanillin in products aimed at babies under 12 months after a separate CMF report last year caused controversy.
Source: Nestlé breaks pledge to end use of vanilla flavouring in baby formula | Business | The Guardian
Movie theater popcorn: 1,275% markup
Coffee on the go: 300% markup.
Bottled water: 4000% markup
Precut produce: 40% markup
10 Outrageous Markups You’d Never Guess You Were Paying | Reader’s Digest
Facebook cannot be trusted. They are morally bankrupt pathological liars who enable genocide (Myanmar), facilitate foreign undermining of democratic institutions
he [Zuckerberg] can’t tell us – or won’t tell us, how many suicides are livestreamed, how many murders, how many sexual assaults.
Source: Facebook are ‘morally bankrupt, pathological liars’ – NZ Privacy Commissioner – NZ Herald
But by purposely limiting its features, by resisting the temptation to monetize its users aggressively and by keeping trolls and bullies off its platform, TikTok has done something truly impressive — it has built a social network that is genuinely fun to use.
Source: TikTok, a Chinese Video App, Brings Fun Back to Social Media – The New York Times