30 Mar '18, 8pm

@cristinalaila1 Thank you. Not buying #Nestle anything.

Nestle may not the most compassionate company or one best deserving of your patronage. But boycotting bottled water (from California) right now is probably a very bad idea. Please for the sake of California in this terrible time, please consider thoughtfully what I have to say – because I am right. A boycott on bottled water will in all likelihood not result in any reduction in water usage in California by Nestle. But another approach will. And it is that other approach that should be promoted instead of a boycott. If you want to boycott Nestle’s other products, fine. Do it! But please don’t boycott their water – at least, not right now. Here’s why: The market for bottled water is fairly static and doesn’t change much. Those who fear city water and those who buy extra water as a security measure against social or natural disaster are not going to limit their purchases. Tho...

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