There has been a long-running boycott against Nestlé (see http://info.babymilkaction.org).
The main complaint is that their promotion of formula milk in developing countries is irresponsible because there is not always clean water to dilute it with, and because parents may overdilute it due to poverty and/or inadequate instruction.
The impact of this boycott has been acknowledged by Nestlé PR in the past and is still considered significant.
Is there adequate evidence to support or refute the accusation that Nestlé's current business practices result in the deaths of children in developing countries?
Since this boycott has been running for over 30 years, has the situation changed in that time?