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USA: Report raises concerns about IMO-certified Theo Chocolate's alleged anti-union activities

In February 2013, Intl. Labor Rights Forum released a report raising concerns about respect for workers' rights, including freedom of association, at IMO-certified Theo Chocolate.  The report claims that IMO, an international certification body, failed to follow through with its commitment to workers' rights by upholding Theo Chocolate's Fair For Life certification despite the company's alleged anti-union activities.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited IMO and Theo Chocolate to respond to the concerns raised in the following items:

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