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Nestlé Baby Formula Controversy

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Transcript of Nestlé Baby Formula Controversy

Conclusion
Introduction
Historical Content
How Nestlé Baby Formula Got its Start:
From the
1860s
to the early
1960s
families in developing
country used sweetened condensed milk when mothers
were incapable of breast-feeding.
1867
a type of milk and cereal pap was create by chemist
Henri Nestlé.
When the “milk food” was invented it was
exported
to
European colonies
.

Medical Voices Fighting for Developing Countries:
1930s
Doctor Cecily Williams
started to see a rise in infant
malnutrition.
1966 studies conducted by
World Health Organization
Dr. Derrick B. Jelliffe
voice of developing nations.
Historical Content Continued
Media Involvement:

Controversy went public in 1973, when
The New Internationalist
published
The Baby Food Tragedy.

Mike Muller
wrote in December of 1973
The Baby Killer
and
The Baby Food Tragedy
.

Medical pamphlet created called
Nestle Totet
(Kills)
Babies
North and South Relations
North and South:
Who they are in situation

LDCs and DCs

Where it all started:
supply and lack of demand

Advertising
for the good of the company rather than the good
of the infants

What the
Boycott
wanted out of Nestlé
Legal Repercussions
Nestlé was not held accountable for the
deceptive information
relayed from the pharmaceutical representatives to their clients.

The Swiss Court
ruled in favor of Nestlé due to the factual
information being relayed between the representatives
and their clients.

Attempted to create a universal standard for medical professionals
through the
UN World Health in 1981.

Further regulations were then adopted in 2005 at the

World Health Assembly
.
Nestlé Baby Formula
A Multinational Corporation Controversy
Analysis:
Disadvantage in the South
Analysis:
Business Ethics vs. Factual information

Analysis:
Millennium Development Goals
"A light at the end of the tunnel"
Analysis Section
The
history content
behind the Nestlé Controversy

The relationship between the
Global North and the Global South
’s interactions in this circumstance.

Legal repercussions
for the Nestlé.


Analysis
of the controversy: Grievances justified?

Conclusion
In September of
2000
, all United Nation members and their leaders met
at the
United Nations
headquarters in New York City to discuss their role in
battling underdevelopment at the turn of the 21st century at what was called
the
Millennium Summit.

Eight major goals established to
combat underdevelopment
around the world.

All goals are aimed to be achieved by
2015
.

To accelerate progress, the
G8 finance ministers agreed in June 2005
to
provide enough funds to the
World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and
the African Development Bank
to cancel $40 to $55 billion in debt owed by
members of the heavily indebted poor countries.

Business Ethics vs. Factual
information


Disadvantage in the South


Millennium Development Goals
The grievances towards the Multinational Corporation, Nestlé, are justified.
Future advertising is the key
to never having this happen again.
Developed Countries
Undeveloped Countries
Misdirection

Lack of Knowledge

Countries not having the right
supplies

Ethics
Relationship between
corporation reputation

and
safety and well far
of clients

Assessing corporate
reliability


Nestlé
political boycott
controversy

Factual

Business
disclosures

Misinformed clients

and the products effects

Listing of various
medical
side-effects
should be created
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