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29 April 2019
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Author: Cyrine Ben-Hafaïedh, IÉSEG School of Management, dans The Conversation (France)

« Start-up de la viande artificielle, futurs Monsanto-Bayer de l’agriculture cellulaire ? », 28 avril 2019 ...

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19 October 2017

Guatemala: Tomás Francisco Ochoa Salazar, trade unionist From SITRABREM, was shot and killed last September.

Author: Jeff Abbott, Upside Down World, (Guatemala)

“Being a Trade Unionist in Guatemala Will Get You Killed”...

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21 March 2017

Brazil: Authorities investigate meat companies accused of selling tainted meat, including to schools, within corruption scheme; it includes companies comments

Author: Simon Romero, The New York Times

“Brazil’s Largest Food Companies Raided in Tainted Meat Scandal”, 17 March 2017...

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16 September 2015

WD Meats Limited Statement on Slavery and Human Trafficking

Author: WD Meats Limited

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16 March 2008

Wal-Mart Loses Meat Cutters Bargaining Appeal [USA]

Author: Occupational Health & Safety [USA]

...Wal-Mart...[decided] in February 2000 to convert many of its stores' meat departments so their employees would simply sell prepackaged meats, rather than cutting it themselves. This was significant because 10 meat department employees at Wal-Mart's...

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15 August 2002

What Value Is A Workers' Life? [New Zealand]

Author: New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

Council of Trade Unions president Ross Wilson slammed insignificant fines which undervalue workers’ lives today. Ross Wilson said the $30,000 fine against Crusader Meats for failing to keep a worker safe earlier this year was woefully inadequate.

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