CANADA: School slams Nestlé for harsh response to school project
Swiss chocolate producer Nestlé got some unwanted bad press when a school went public about the cool response some of its children received recently when they asked the company for help with a project. Seven Grade 4 children at the Ecole Sun Valley Elementary School in Winnipeg, Canada, wrote to Nestlé requesting information as part of a project. They asked questions such as: "How do you make chocolate ice cream? Can you manufacture chocolate hockey sticks and pucks? Can you produce a T-shirt made out of Coffee Crisp?"
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