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Response by Reybanpac

Author: Reybanpac, Published on: 14 May 2019

Reybanpac, Rey Banano del Pacífico C.A. (hereinafter “Reybanpac”), emphatically rejects the criticisms made to its banana supply chain, and the pretension of being grouped with other industry players that may incur in breaches or irregularities…We are an Ecuadorian company that complies with current legal regulations, and seeks to meet the highest standards of corporate social responsibility at national and international levels…The Ombudsman of Ecuador is particularly an institution that has always received our attention, and our position is to listen to your observations to maintain our policy of continuous improvement…We reject the methods used by certain organizations whose objective is to generate biased reports grounded on unjust generalizations, unverified claims and criticisms not objectively analysed…

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This is a response from the following companies: Rey Banano del Pacífico (Reybanpac, part of Favorita Fruit Company)