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UK supermarkets admit they cannot guarantee their supply chains are free of soya linked to deforestation despite commitments made
Author: Anna Sophie Gross, Uki Goñi and Bibi van der Zee, The Guardian
"Tesco and M&S likely to have soya linked to deforestation in supply chains", 5 Oct 2019...
Charity & police break up UK's largest modern slavery ring; victims worked in farms allegedly supplying UK retailers & supermarkets
In July 2019, the largest-ever modern slavery ring uncovered in the UK has been broken up following a three-year investigation into its activities. Investigators found some of its 400 victims worked for as little as 50p a day, working on farms, rubbish...
Author: Sonia Elks, Reuters
Companies that find their products are being made using slave labor should work with suppliers to stop the abuse rather than focusing on protecting their reputations, Britain’s anti-slavery commissioner said on Monday. ...
Myanmar: Garment industry needs massive reforms in women and labour rights; human rights conditions affect growth
Author: Jason Thomas, The ASEAN Post
"Revamping Myanmar's garment industry," 16 July 2019...
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Modern slaves entrapped by gang convicted last week allegedly forced to work supplying UK supermarkets
Author: Daily Mail Online
Sandfields Farms is part of G's, a multinational produce company growing onions, celery, mushrooms and radishes. Its customers include Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury's as well as Tesco and Asda....
Author: Katie Imms, Drapers
"Fashion brands fail to pay supply chain workers living wage", 7 June 2019...
Bangladesh: Human Rights Watch calls on govt. & global brands to investigate dismissals of protesting garment workers & end 'false' criminal charges
Author: Human Rights Watch
"Bangladesh: Investigate Dismissals of Protesting Workers", 5 March 2019...
Marks & Spencer becomes first UK supermarket chain to publish details of its tea suppliers in response to campaign to address workers abuse
Author: Amber Milne, Thomson Reuters Foundation
"M&S reveals tea suppliers to address worker abuse concerns", 5 March 2019...
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Author: Marks & Spencer
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