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Company response
10 September 2013

Walmart response

Author: Walmart

As a result of our auditing process, the Narong Seafood facility was red-disapproved in June 2012. Walmart does not – and will not – tolerate child labor of any type in our supply chain. We continue to work with our key partners, including United...

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Company response
8 August 2013

Narong Seafood response

Author: Narong Seafood

After the articles [were] released…GAA [Global Aquaculture Alliance] came…[for] 4 days and nights [of] unannounced audit, discuss[ed] with more than 20 workers (with no management on site) and…[found] no evidence of labour abuse nor unfair treatment…...

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Article
6 June 2013

The Walmart Effect: Child and Worker Rights Violations at Narong Seafood, Thailand’s Model Shrimp Processing Factory

Author: International Labor Rights Forum & Warehouse Workers United

…Many of these [shrimp] workers are trafficked into the country by labor brokers and are often subjected to labor exploitation and debt bondage…[U]nder and non‐payment of wages, violations of minimum wage laws, long overtime hours, dangerous and...

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Article
6 June 2013

Report finds child labor and worker rights’ violations at certified Walmart shrimp supplier [Thailand]

Author: International Labor Rights Forum & Warehouse Workers United

…The brief, titled The Walmart Effect: Child and Worker Rights Violations at Narong Seafood, documents a number of serious violations of Thai law and international human rights standards at Narong Seafood, a model shrimp processing company and...

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