SAS Airlines removes Nesquik from its menu due to Nestle's position on war in Ukraine
The Scandinavian airline SAS has removed Nesquik drinks from its menu due to Nestle's inclusion in the list of sponsors of the war in Ukraine
TV2 reported the information.
"We can confirm that we have removed Nesquik from the onboard range due to the addition of Nestle to the Ukrainian list of war sponsors," SAS wrote.
The company also refused to serve Pepsi drinks.
SAS stated that it is communicating with suppliers to find out their intentions.
"In addition, we are in dialogue with a small group of suppliers to understand their plans for the future," the airline wrote.
Scandinavian Airlines SAS is a multinational airline (Denmark, Norway and Sweden), the leading carrier of the Scandinavian countries, based in Stockholm. In 2006, Scandinavian Airlines carried 25 million passengers, while the SAS Group carried 38.6 million passengers in total.
On November 2, the NACP added the Swiss corporation Nestle, which still cooperates with Russia, to the list of war sponsors.