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whats every1s fav comfort food? mines sausage rolls
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Chocolate of course

But also lemon curd sandwiches, hunny buttys and boileded eggs with soldiers.
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i like havin Kitkat....
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i like havin Kitkat....
me 2, chocolate is the answer to everything
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i like havin Kitkat....
Noo - evil Nestle food avoid at all costs
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Noo - evil Nestle food avoid at all costs
why is nestle evil????
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Pizza & Asado.
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Noo - evil Nestle food avoid at all costs
i agree its gotta be cadbury dairy milk with biscuit, eventhough i do like kitkat chunky's
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I like Lindt as well..good swiss chocs......
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why is nestle evil????
http://www.breastfeeding.com/advocac...y_boycott.html

This was the main logic behind the initial boycott but Nestle's recent behavior in Ethiopia (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/2589745.stm for the background although they did back down partially in the end) didn't do it much good either.
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Pizza & Asado.
whats asado? :confused:
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(Original post by Pencil Queen)
http://www.breastfeeding.com/advocac...y_boycott.html

This was the main logic behind the initial boycott but Nestle's recent behavior in Ethiopia (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/2589745.stm for the background although they did back down partially in the end) didn't do it much good either.
Damn, this should have more publicity, **** off nestle.
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Damn, this should have more publicity, f*** off nestle.
They are admittedly making efforts to put things right on the babymilk issue but the entire attitude just p***es me off - they're not getting my money no matter how nice toffee crisps and jelly tots (yup they're nestle too) are.
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(Original post by Pencil Queen)
http://www.breastfeeding.com/advocac...y_boycott.html

This was the main logic behind the initial boycott but Nestle's recent behavior in Ethiopia (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/2589745.stm for the background although they did back down partially in the end) didn't do it much good either.
hmmmmmm maybe i should stop eatin nestle products....its gonna be hard cuz i have boycotted against jewish products.
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whats asado? :confused:
Oh, it would be the best that you have eaten in your life

It's a traditional food in my country (Argentina).
It's meat but is made in a 'barbecue', it's not exactly a barbecue and I don't think that you have ever seen one, I'm gonna search for a couple of pictures.
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(Original post by Pencil Queen)
http://www.breastfeeding.com/advocac...y_boycott.html

This was the main logic behind the initial boycott but Nestle's recent behavior in Ethiopia (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/2589745.stm for the background although they did back down partially in the end) didn't do it much good either.
o my god, thats awful! :eek:
ive got a kit kat chunky in my bag...i wanid to eat it....not too sure now
evil people
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Oh, it would be the best that you have eaten in your life

It's a traditional food in my country (Argentina).
It's meat but is made in a 'barbecue', it's not exactly a barbecue and I don't think that you have ever seen one, I'm gonna search for a couple of pictures.
what sort of meat is it?
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They are admittedly making efforts to put things right on the babymilk issue but the entire attitude just p***es me off - they're not getting my money no matter how nice toffee crisps and jelly tots (yup they're nestle too) are.
**** them up, if everyone knew this ...
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hmmmmmm maybe i should stop eatin nestle products....its gonna be hard cuz i have boycotted against jewish products.
It's very hard...they've got their finger in almost every pie...
nestle products:

Beverages: Nescafé, including Gold Blend, Blend 37, Alta Rica, Cap Colombie, Cappuccino, Decaff, Fine Blend; Milo; Build-up; Caro; Elevenses; Flo-Mix; Libby's C Drinks; Mix-O-Choc, Moonshine; Nescoré; Nesfit; Nesquik; Slender; Superquik; Um Bongo.

Confectionery: Kit Kat, Rowntree, Aero, After Eight, Polo, Smarties, Lion Bar, Quality Street, Rolo, Toffee Crisp, Toffo, Walnut Whip, Weekend, Yorkie, Matchmakers, Milky Bar, Munchies, Black Magic, Fox's Glacier Mints, Fruit Pastilles, Animal bar, Baci, Blue Riband, Breakaway, Cabana, Caramac, Caramel Wafer, Cello, Creamola, Dairy Crunch, Drifter, Eclipse, Good News, Festival, Gray& Dunn biscuits, Jellytots, Karima, Montego, Novo, RPC, Savana, Secret, Tooty Frooties.

Ice cream: Lyons Maid.

Cereals: Shredded Wheat, Shreddies, Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Crisp Rice, Energen, Force, Golden Grahams, Lucky Charms, Team, Robertson's cornflakes, Sunny Jim, Wheatflakes.

Dairy products: Carnation, Chambourcy, Coffeemate, Fussells, Ideal, Milkmaid, Tip-Top, Bonjour, Chamby, Creme Vienna, Darlky, Flanby, Fulcreem custard, Hippopota, Jacky, Kremly, Le Grande, Nouvelle, Robot.

Mineral water: Perrier, Ashbourne, Contrexéville, Vittel, Vittelloise.

Processed food: Findus, Buitoni pasta & canned foods, Crosse & Blackwell, Maggi, Alphabetti, Bonne Cuisine, Dish of the Day, Eskimo, Four Seasons, Healthy Balance, Lean Cuisine, Pasta choice, Rice & Things, Scrunchies, Waistline.

Spreads/pickles: Branston, Gales honey, Holgates honey, Pan-Yan, Sun-pat, Tartex, Vessen paté.

Seasonings: British Shoyu, British vinegars, Cook-in-the-Pot, Dufrais, Sarsons.

Cosmetics and eye care: L'Oreal, Lancome, Claudel, Alcon.

Pet foods: Friskies, Go-Cat, Go-Dog.

Supermarket own-name brands: Most supermarket chains refuse to reveal the sources of their own-name products but both Tesco and the Co-op deserve credit for having come clean with us to allow consumers an informed choice. Nestlé makes Tesco's Corn Flakes, Sultana Bran, Bran Flakes, Cocoa Puffs, Puffed Rice and Cocoa Flakes and the Co-op's Peanut Butter, Rich Chocolate Mousse and Easy Serve Ice Cream. Nestlé makes nothing for Budgen. But Sainsbury and Safeway refused to tell us.
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Oh, it would be the best that you have eaten in your life

It's a traditional food in my country (Argentina).
It's meat but is made in a 'barbecue', it's not exactly a barbecue and I don't think that you have ever seen one, I'm gonna search for a couple of pictures.
That sounds lovely
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