Cocaine found in coffee bean delivery to Nespresso plant
At the beginning of this month, Swiss police seized more than 500kg of cocaine which had been found in a delivery of coffee beans to Nestle’s Nespresso factory in Romont.
The cocaine – with a value estimated at more than CHF 50m ($51m) – is believed to have come from Brazil.
A Nestle spokesperson emphasised that the bags of cocaine were quickly isolated and did not come into contact with Nespresso production.
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