For years, Swiss food giant Nestlé has been operating in Zimbabwe, and buying milk from the country’s dairy farms. This week, the company suspended all operations in Zimbabwe and stopped buying milk from a farm taken over by President Robert Mugabe’s family. Complaining of harassment, Nestlé said that the company had been forced to buy milk from non-contracted suppliers. Additionally, two of the company’s managers were recently questioned by police without cause. Zimbabwe has been trying to persuade foreign investors that it is safe to do business in the country.