Woolworths Group website: www.woolworthsgroupplc.com
According to its website, "Woolworths Group plc is principally a UK retailer focused on the home, family and entertainment." To our knowledge, it is unrelated to Woolworths Holdings [South Africa] or Woolworths Limited [Australia].
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Author: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark
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