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29 Mar 2017

Bolivia & Brazil: Report and articles claim that Bunge, Burger King, Cargill and ADM are increasing deforestation & impacts on climate change; companies comment

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Bunge, Burger King and Cargill to respond to allegations of lack of transparency and deforestation of lands in Bolivia and Brazil. It also invited Archer Daniels Midland/ADM to respond to allegations of involvement in the deforestation of the mentioned lands. Bunge, Cargill and Archer Daniels Midland responded. Burger King didn't respond.

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Company Responses

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) View Response
Cargill View Response
Burger King

No Response