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Children and teenagers love them: a well-known airline removed two drinks from its menu due to the war in Ukraine

Scandinavian Airlines has started a boycott of Nestle

The well-known European company Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has decided not to cooperate with Nestle because it was included in the list of international sponsors of war because of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. As a result, Nestle products, including Nesquik, which is a favorite of children, will no longer be offered on the airline's menus.

This was reported by Scandinavian Airlines to the Danish TV2. In particular, the company decided to remove Pepsi from the menu as well.

"We can confirm that we have removed Nesquik drinking chocolate from the onboard range as a result of Nestlé's addition to the list of International War Sponsors," the airline said.

Children and teenagers love them: a well-known airline removed two drinks from its menu due to the war in Ukraine

Earlier it was known that SAS also removed Mondelez and Pepsi products from its assortment. The company noted that it is currently in active negotiations with suppliers to clarify their position.

"We are also in dialogue with a limited group of suppliers to understand their plans for the future," SAS said.

Children and teenagers love them: a well-known airline removed two drinks from its menu due to the war in Ukraine

In particular, a boycott was launched against Mondelez, Pepsi and Nestle in Europe this summer. But the Scandinavian countries were the most solidary with Ukraine. For example, SAS and Norwegian Air airlines, SJ railway group, Strawberry hotels and Fjord Line transport group stopped cooperating with the monopolist Mondelez. Read more in the article of OBOZ.UA.

Earlier, OBOZ.UA wrote about a high-profile scandal with Swiss International Air Lines, which flew from Zurich to Bilbao, Spain. Then 111 passengers did not receive their suitcases.

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