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15 Sep 2023

Ringtons' response to alleged human rights abuses in the tea supply chain - September 2023

...We confirm that both tea estates named by the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre remain in Ringtons' supply chain.

We have contacted both tea estates to gain further information and to understand the remedial actions taken.

Ringtons are and always will be committed to sourcing our products ethically and sustainably. We work with partners across the world to monitor our supply chains to trace our products back to their source, to understand the challenges the industry faces and collaborate on projects across the globe....

Full response below.

Part of the following timelines

India: Worker killed in machine accident at Assam estate, incl. co. responses

Sri Lanka: Worker attacked by leopard at Bridwell Tea Estate, workers say they live in constant fear of attack, incl. co. responses

Tea brands and retailers respond to allegations of rights abuses in the global supply chain