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IUF release investor update accusing PepsiCo of anti-union activity in Guatemala, India & Pakistan

IUF's update encourages investors "to take a closer look at PepsiCo’s human rights performance in the light of a growing number of conflicts stemming from violations of fundamental rights at the company’s own operations and suppliers. PepsiCo claims to be dedicated to respecting human rights standards but consistently violates the right of workers to form trade unions and to bargain collectively – a basic human right" .

We invited PepsiCo to respond to the allegations.  It says "PepsiCo is aware of IUF’s allegations of human rights violations, and continues to maintain the position that we have acted properly in each instance." 

You can access the full details of IUF's allegations and PepsiCo's response below.