Many palm oil fruit workers in Indonesia and neighboring Malaysia endure exploitation, including child labor. The oil is in many products worldwide.
Luckily, they're not sushi-flavored.
If the world's biggest food company can do it in five years starting from scratch, anyone can.
The pressure is on from consumers and animal-rights groups.
The company is going to develop a system to clean up its supply chain.
The Internet (almost) exploded this week when Americans Against the Tea Party linked to a video with the title: "Nestlé Chairman: Water Not a Right, Should Be Given a 'Market Value' and Privatized."