‘Milking it’ pic was misleading

The picture on page 29 of Marketing Week (February 11) “Milking it: Nestlé products on sale in Jinghong. Yunnan, China” is partly misleading. The red pack on the right is not a Nestlé product. This is typical of many accusations that are made

The picture on page 29 of Marketing Week (February 11) “Milking it: Nestlé products on sale in Jinghong. Yunnan, China” is partly misleading. The red pack on the right is not a Nestlé product. This is typical of many accusations that are made against Nestlé of breaking the WHO Code. Often the product is not ours and is a locally manufactured item, in this case made by a local milk product factory.

Hilary Parsons

Public affairs manager

Nestlé UK

Surrey

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