184 more for 500
For Nestle to stop stealing California's water then reselling it back to the citizens for a profit
Nestle pays $524 for 27,000,000 gallons of water.
Nestle has found itself more and more frequently in the glare of the California drought-shame spotlight than it would arguably care to be — though not frequently enough, apparently, for the megacorporation to have spontaneously sprouted a conscience.
Drought-shaming worked sufficiently enough for Starbucks to stop bottling water in the now-arid state entirely, uprooting its operations all the way to Pennsylvania. But Nestle simply shrugged off public outrage and then upped the ante by increasing its draw from natural springs — most notoriously in the San Bernardino National Forest — with an absurdly expired permit.
Because profit, of course. Or, perhaps more befittingly, theft. But you get the idea. We need to act against this henious crime.
What to do:
Do not buy these brands of bottled water (U.S):
2) Deer Park
3) Ice Mountain
4) Nestlé Pure Life
6) Poland Spring
Brita Water Filters