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11 June 2018

Africa: Mars has no legal duty to disclose information about possible forced child labor on its product labels, rules court

Author: Bob Egelko, mrt.com (Etats-Unis)

"Mars bars don’t need possible slave labor warning on wrapper, court rules", 6 June 2018...

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30 October 2017
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Author: Deutsche Welle

"Haribo-Bären und die modernen Sklaven", 20 Oktober 2017...

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27 October 2017
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Author: Mayukh Sen, VICE/Munchies US (Brazil/US)

"Investigação aponta que os ursinhos de goma da Haribo são feitos com trabalho escravo no Brasil-O documentário alemão 'Markencheck' mostra imagens de trabalhadores brasileiros em jornadas extenuantes, dormindo ao relento e sem acesso à água tratada e...

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27 October 2017
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Author: Violette Bonnebas, Reporterre (France)

« Les bonbons Haribo accusés d'exploiter les travailleurs brésiliens et de faire souffrir des cochons »,26 octobre 2017...

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24 October 2017

Germany: Sourcing of key ingredient of Haribo candy linked to modern slavery at plantations in Brazil, documentary shows

Author: Ben Knight, DW News

Germany's global candymaker Haribo was forced on the defensive on Thursday after a documentary [Markencheck or "Brand Check"] by public broadcaster ARD revealed horrifying conditions for both the animals and humans responsible for the manufacture of...

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