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Bottled water is packaged for shipment at the Nestlé Water bottling plant in Stanwood, Mich. Steven M. Herppich /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An image from a report by the State Water Board shows the area of the headwaters of Strawberry Creek in the San Bernardino National Forest. The board says Nestle lacks the permits it needs to extract all of the water it's been taking from the area. California State Water Board hide caption

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Sayonara To 'Super-Size Me'? Food Companies Cut Calories, So Do We

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Nestle, the world's biggest food company, manufactures and markets a wide range of food products including dairy, meat, poultry and eggs. Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Nestle makes a range of products under the Boost brand marketed as liquid nutritional supplements or meal replacements. But nutritionists say they can't compete with all the benefits of eating real food. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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