HONG KONG: Greenpeace barricades Nestle factory to stop GE contamination: activists chained to entrance to prevent GE products hitting the market
More than 10 Greenpeace activists chained themselves to the entrance of Nestle factory in Yuen Long in a pre-dawn action yesterday to prevent its products from leaving the compound and getting into the market in order to "halt genetically engineered food contamination" in Hong Kong. Greenpeace decided to "close" Nestle this morning after the company repeatedly broke its promise to phase out GE ingredients in its food products.
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