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[DOC] Statement of Fred Meyer Jewelers in response to No Dirty Gold campaign call to adopt social & environmental standards for gold sourcing

Author: Fred Meyer Jewelers, Published on: 7 March 2006

Fred Meyer Jewelers is aware of the important issues raised by the advocacy group "No Dirty Gold" and the company considers these issues very serious. We are currently looking into the issues and examining our company practices. And, we are in discussions with Jewelers of America to make sure that we are in compliance with industry standards.

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Related companies: Fred Meyer Jewelers (part of Kroger) Kroger Whitehall Jewellers