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22 October 2019
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Author: Claire Fages, RFI

« Thé ou mangue: les supermarchés peu vigilants sur les conditions de travail », 10 octobre 2019 ...

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21 October 2019

Oxfam reveals poverty pay, harsh working conditions & gender discrimination in intl. supermarkets' food supply chains; Includes company responses

Oxfam has released new research, which included in-depth interviews with workers in India and Brazil and a survey of workers in five other countries, revealing widespread labour rights allegations - including poverty pay, harsh working conditions, and...

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22 April 2019

USA: Supermarket Stop & Shop strike ends with deal to raise worker wages & preserve benefits

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12 April 2019

Dutch supermarket Jumbo publishes new human rights & due diligence policy in response to Oxfam campaign

Author: Anouk Franck, Oxfam Novib

"The first step is the hardest: Dutch supermarket Jumbo moves in right direction on human rights", 9 April 2019...

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25 February 2019

Dutch supermarket Albert Heijn publishes new human rights & due diligence policy in response to Oxfam campaign

Author: Ioan Nemes, Oxfam Novib

"Albert Heijn commits to become a leader on human rights", 19 Feb 2019...

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23 May 2018

Commentary: Retailers increasingly focusing certification schemes on working conditions

Author: Nic Jooste, Produce Business UK

CSR is now commonplace in Europe‭, ‬and many companies have developed a CSR strategy in one form or [A] number of new trends have emerged‭......

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12 January 2018

Ahold Delhaize, Albertsons & Target among supermarkets to join Sustainable Palm Oil Network

Author: Progressive Grocer

"Ahold Delhaize, Albertsons Cos. and Target Inc. have joined with consumer goods manufacturers and civic groups to form the North American Sustainable Palm Oil Network (NASPON), with the mission of educating, building momentum, and helping North...

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22 August 2017

Supermarkets in the Netherlands fail to acknowledge problems with orange cultivation

Author: Somo

One third of the orange juice sold in Dutch supermarkets comes from Brazil, where labour conditions for pickers are often substandard. Orange pickers cannot live on their earnings, work long hours and are exposed to toxic pesticides in the workplace....

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23 April 2017

US retailers make progress towards improving working conditions in the tuna industry, finds Greenpeace

Author: The Maritime Executive

"In its second canned tuna ranking, Greenpeace USA found that a number of U.S. retailers have made significant progress toward offering consumers more sustainable and ethical products....

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26 June 2015

Fairfood calls on Ahold & Delhaize to guarantee fair wages in supply chain following merger

Author: Fairfood International

"Fairfood congratulates Ahold and Delhaize with merger"...

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