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Mondelēz International

Headquarters in USA

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Mondelēz International was part of Kraft Foods until October 2012; for items about the company prior to that date, see the Kraft Foods section of our site.

Kraft Foods

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21 June 2016
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20 June 2016
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Author: El Federal

“La Justicia suspendió ‘Mi escuela saludable’. Era promovido por Monsanto, CocaCola y otras cuestionadas multinacionales”...

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24 May 2016

A new report analyses child labour in the cocoa sector in Côte d'Ivoire and makes recommendations to eradicate the phenomena

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5 May 2016

Mondelez International - Responsible sourcing

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Article
3 May 2016

Rainforest Foundation & Ethical Consumer Magazine guide ranks companies with palm oil products based on sustainability

Author: Rainforest Foundation UK

"Palm Oil Guide," Apr 2016...

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Disclosure
1 May 2016

Mondelez International - Assessment of child labour and child slavery in Cote D'Ivoire's cocoa sector

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1 May 2016

Mondelez International - Assessment of child labour and child slavery in Ghana's cocoa sector

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1 May 2016

Mondelez International Strengthens Efforts to Address Child Labor in Cocoa Production

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Company response
25 April 2016

Mondelēz International response

Author: Mondelēz International

We’re pleased Oxfam has been raising awareness for these important issues. We appreciate they’re recognizing our ongoing work in advancing the rights of women in the cocoa supply chain and in other areas like climate change and land where our score...

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19 April 2016

Oxfam's Behind the Brands scorecard finds top 10 food companies improve social & environmental standards, need to ensure implementation by suppliers

Oxfam's Behind the Brands campaign rates the 10 biggest food & beverage companies on how their policies address 7 key issue areas: land rights, women's rights, support for small farmers, workers' rights, climate, transparency, and water....

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