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7 Oct 2014

Morocco: Fairfood calls for living wage at European supermarkets' tomato suppliers; Ahold, Tesco & Sainsbury's respond

Fairfood's new report finds tomato workers supplying European supermarkets receive compensation below the living wage. We invited Ahold, Sainsbury's and Tesco to respond.  The companies' responses are provided below.

A commentary related to this issue was published in the Guardian here.

Company Responses

Sainsbury's View Response
Ahold Delhaize View Response

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