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Coffee companies under fire as millions face ruin

Author: Oxfam, Published on: 18 September 2002

Millions of people in 45 coffee-growing countries are facing economic ruin - and many are going hungry - due to collapsing world prices. Oxfam today launches a global campaign to tackle the coffee crisis and force the corporate giants who dominate the $60-billion industry [Sara Lee, Kraft, Procter & Gamble and Nestlé] to pay farmers a decent price.

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Related companies: Altria Kraft Foods (now Kraft Heinz) Nestlé Procter & Gamble Sara Lee