The second link discusses voluntary measures established by the World Health Organization. Nestle is accused of ignoring those standards. In the past corporations like Nestle have used their clout to gain dominance in the market by getting their host countries (U.S., France, etc.) to subsidize their operations and establish protectionist measures to drive out the international competition, mostly to the detriment of developing countries (for the story about instant coffee, you can consult The Open Veins of Latin America, by Eduardo Galeano; Obama was given this book by Hugo Chavez at about the same time Obama was given The World Is Flat by Thomas Friedman: Obama made a point to be seen reading the latter while ignoring the former). Now that these transnational corporations have gained dominance on the international market, they continue with their effort to process food for the minimum nutritional value they can possibly get away with. This must be a combination of pure sadism and perhaps the idea that malnutrition causes hunger and therefore spurs the consumer to consume more of the product. Most obesity in the US is caused by overconsumption of "food" lacking in nutrients, causing the consumer to consume larger and larger quantities in an attempt to remedy nutritional deficiencies. Porn largely works the same way, of course; stimulate the desire without actually satisfying the need and you create an obsessive-compulsive customer looking for a quick fix which leaves the consumer depressed and deflated after the experience, a hapless victim conditioned to repeat the cycle the next time inexorable need makes its demands.