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Company Response

Nestlé response

Forced labour has no place in our supply chain. Our mandatory Nestlé Supplier Code and Responsible Sourcing Guideline (RSG) on Fish and Seafood require all of our suppliers to respect human rights and to comply with all applicable labour laws. 

The elimination of forced labour in our seafood supply chain is a shared responsibility and we are committed to working with global and local stakeholders to tackle this serious and complex issue. Southeast Asia’s supply chain issues call for proactive and concerted efforts to identify and eradicate instances of forced labour that cannot be properly addressed through lawsuits such as the one recently filed in the US. 

Over the past 12 months, we have been working with the independent supply chain consultancy Achilles to better understand the multi layered supply chain in the Thai seafood industry which supplies some ingredients for our products...

This is a response to

Nestlé lawsuit (re forced labour in Thai fishing industry)

Lawsuit 9 Dec 2015

Part of the following stories

Nestlé faces new lawsuit in California court alleging use of fish sourced from Thai company using slave labour

Nestlé lawsuit (re forced labour in Thai fishing industry)