--- Greenpeace unterstützt den Verbraucherschutz in China und hilft einer chinesischen Mutter beim Protest gegen gentechnisch aufgepepptes Milchpulver von Nestlé: What motivated a mother from Shanghai to travel half way around the world to global food giant Nestlé´s HQ in Switzerland? In March 2003 Eileen Zhu Yanling was shocked to discover from the internet that Nestlé´s Nesquik milk powder, a product she had been buying regularly for her three-year-old son, contained GE ingredients without this being indicated on the label. Zhu's shock turned to anger as the thought of unknowingly feeding her son GE food preyed on her mind and she decided to sue the company for violation of her consumer rights.


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