The world federation of consumer organizations, Consumers International (CI) have announced the winners of their International Bad Product Awards. Nominations were submitted by the 220 international consumer organizations that are members of the federation and the awards aim to "highlight failings of corporate responsibility and the abuse of consumer trust by internationally recognised brands."

The world federation of consumer organizations, Consumers International (CI) have announced the winners of their International Bad Product Awards. Nominations were submitted by the 220 international consumer organizations that are members of the federation and the awards aim to “highlight failings of corporate responsibility and the abuse of consumer trust by internationally recognised brands.”

This year’s winners are:

Coca-Cola – for continuing the international marketing of its bottled water, Dasani, despite admitting it comes from the same sources as local tap water.

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