Alimentos y Bebidas
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Autor(a): Zafrir Rinat, Ha'aretz [Israel]
Surprise inspections of factories around the country by Environment Ministry officials last year revealed an trend toward ignoring air pollution regulations. Polluting emissions at about half of the 49 factories inspected were above acceptable limits.
Autor(a): Hah Foong Lian, The Star [Malaysia]
The state department of environment (DOE) has found that more than half of projects in Negri Sembilan which require environmental impact assessments have violated the EIA conditions. The state DOE report for last year showed that of the 21 projects...
Autor(a): U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Great Pacific Seafood and Stiles pleaded guilty to having five of its employees directly or indirectly exposed to asbestos fibers without the proper training, equipment or protective clothing. The hazardous nature of abatement was never disclosed to...
Autor(a): Steve Tibbett, senior campaigner for War on Want, in The Observer [UK]
Campaigners are learning to squeeze concessions from companies by hitting them where they hurt: their brands [refers to the different responses of Grand Marnier and Rémy-Cointreau to criticism of their labour practices in Haiti]
- Empresas relacionadas: Rémy Cointreau
Autor(a): Julie Vorman, Reuters
Federal regulators said yesterday they were investigating a plant that produced white corn tortilla chips to determine how the snack food was contaminated with traces of genetically altered StarLink corn, a variety that triggered a massive food recall...
Autor(a): The Corporate Examiner, Interfaith Center on Corporate Resonsibility
In a landmark victory for indigenous intellectual property rights, SBC Holdings (p/k/a Stroh Brewing Company) has formally agreed to cease bottling Crazy Horse malt liquor.
Japan's unlisted Calbee Foods Co Ltd said yesterday it had voluntarily recalled some of its snack products after traces of unapproved genetically modified (GM) potatoes were detected.