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Consumers Intl. report "Checked Out" surveys 19 European supermarkets' policies on supply chain working conditions, trading relationships

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24 March 2010

Checked out: Are European supermarkets living up to their responsibilities for labour conditions in the developing world?

Author: Consumers Intl.

This report investigates the policies on labour conditions in developing countries and trading relationships in supply chains of leading supermarkets in the eight countries involved. The research found that there was evidence of good practice: Coop Italy and Coop Denmark, were found to have the most consistently good policies overall...The supermarket chains Auchan and Carrefour also had a number of good policies particularly in their Spanish chains and Mercadona and Colyrut had some policies in most areas.

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1 March 2010

[PDF] full report: "Checked Out - Are European supermarkets living up to their responsibilities for labour conditions in the developing world?"

Author: Consumers Intl.

[Supermarkets surveyed: Auchan, Carrefour, Casino, Colryut, Coop Denmark, Coop Italy, Cora, Delhaize, Dia, El Corte Inglés, Eroski, Esselunga, Feira Nova & Pingo Doce, Intermarché, Lidl, Makro, Mercadona, Spar, Veropoulos]

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