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15 May 2023

Company responses and non-response to allegations of human rights abuses in tea supply chains

The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre tracked allegations of human rights abuses in the global tea sector during 2022 and linked the allegations to major tea buyers through its Tea Transparency Tracker and data held by Open Supply Hub. These tea companies were asked for their response to the allegations. Fifteen companies responded, one did not. Full responses attached.

Company Responses

Teavana (part of Starbucks) View Response
Marks & Spencer View Response
Ringtons Limited View Response
Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate View Response
Jenier Teas View Response
Goodricke View Response
Ekaterra View Response
Twinings (part of Associated British Foods) View Response
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No Response

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