"Trucking it thousands of kilometres across the country creates needless pollution."
This won't exactly ruin Nestle's bottom line.
More than two-thirds want Nestle to sell its recently-bought well in southern Ontario.
Nestle outbid the township of Centre Wellington for a water well. Now it's trying to mend fences.
Nestle says it has found a way to cut sugar from chocolate without affecting the taste.
Nestlé currently draws 3.6 million litres every day nearby.
The province imposed stricter scientific requirements for water taking permits.
But Nestle had "first right of refusal."
The company pays less than four dollars for every million litres of water.