Global brands learn to mind gap in public mood on ethical trade

Author: Rachel Stevenson, Independent, Published on: 20 May 2005

Gap is now a member of the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), a body made up of companies, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and trade unions. Nike...is in discussions to join...But while most of the UK high street has agreed to the ETI's ethical labour standards, there are some notable absentees. Philip Green's Bhs and Arcadia are not members of ETI, nor are discount retailers such as Matalan, Peacocks [part of Peacock Group] and Primark [part of Associated British Foods], nor the Morrison's supermarket chain.

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Related companies: Arcadia Group Associated British Foods BHS Gap Morrisons Nike Peacocks (part of EWM Group) Primark (part of Associated British Foods)