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28 Feb 2021

Costa Rica: Allegations against Dole continue at its pineapple plantations; workers denounce salary and health abuses

In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, low wages, extreme working conditions and problems in the health services provided by the company are part of the complaints recently made by workers in the pineapple fields of the US-based company Dole. After a series of legal processes that the company has faced over the last five years, the complaints continue and are presented through the cases of Mariano and Cándido Amador. We invited the company to respond and their response is available.

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