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Company Response

11 May 2020


Walmart's response

... Given our high expectations of our suppliers, we took these claims seriously when they were first raised to us and we continue to do so today.  We have coordinated directly with Fyffes, conducted multiple internal investigations at these facilities, and have subjected these facilities to independent third-party social compliance audits. The findings from these investigations and audits were not consistent with your published report. Given our commitment to promoting the dignity of workers in our supply chain, we will continue to monitor the progress of these facilities and take appropriate action whenever we identify violations of our standards...

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