- Do not contribute to deforestation or the destruction of wildlife habitat
- Do not clear high carbon stock forests
- Do not contribute to peat land expansion
- Operate in compliance with local laws and regulations
Morgan Stanley analyst David Risinger argued for the drugmaker to part ways with its consumer health division.
Nestle shares rose the most in more than a month Friday after the world's biggest food company said it may sell its U.S. confectionery business.
The brands for sale, including Crunch, Butterfinger and Raisinets, generated 2016 sales of about $741 million.