Update on Seafront Ice cream issue

Having successfully found two members of the Environment and economy panel to call in the decision to give a contract for providing Nestle ice cream, a special meeting took place on Wednesday.

We had two deputation's, Julie Dyball, Director of Baby Milk Action (which co-ordinates the boycott) explained about the issue, and Julie White represented Bournemouth Womens Environmental Network, talking about local food procurement.

The panel were concerned about the impact of the Nestle contract on the image of the town, and the recommendation was made to Remove the Nestle advertising, To offer choice, i.e. not just Nestle, and look again at the current situation with nestle, with a view to making a clear decision on our position for future contracts.


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