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Company Response

7 Mar 2023

Ringtons' response to allegations of sexual abuse on Kenyan tea plantations

We can confirm that despite James Finlay Kenya being listed in our 2021 supply chain disclosure to the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, we have not purchased tea from James Finlay Kenya since 2017 and do not maintain a relationship with them. We have therefore reviewed our supply base disclosure from 2021, updated it and shared with the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. We have also updated our supply list which is publicly available on our website – please see here.

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True cost of our tea: Sexual abuse on Kenyan tea farms revealed

Story 20 Feb 2023

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