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24 Feb 2023

Kristian Bayford, Retail Gazette (UK)

Sainsbury’s promises ‘robust action’ after sexual abuse allegations in tea supply chain

Sainsbury’s has promised ‘robust action’ to safeguard workers in its supply chain after sexual abuse was uncovered at a tea farm owned by one of its suppliers in Kenya.

An investigation by the BBC found evidence of long-running sexual abuse at the farm, which is owned by British company James Finlay & Co, and provides tea for Sainsbury’s own-brand Red Label range.

More than 70 women told the BBC about abuse they’d experienced at the Finlays Kenya farm, and at another formerly owned by Unilever…