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1 Jun 2016

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

KnowtheChain Disclosure Page - Food and beverage

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During 2016, KnowTheChain - a partnership between Humanity United, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Sustainalytics and Verite - is benchmarking companies on their actions to address forced labour in their supply chains...The evaluation of the companies will review information that is publicly available, either on a company’s public website or in public reports available from the company’s website... Companies have also been invited to provide additional disclosure by updating their own websites, or by responding to a set of engagement questions that correspond to the benchmark methodology...

Responses from companies in the food and beverage sector to the engagement questions will be made publicly available below...

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