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Article
4 March 2002
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Auteur: Roger Cowe, Financial Times

[refers to coffee industry, cocoa/chocolate industry, Max Havelaar coffee brand, Cafedirect, Starbucks, Sainsbury, Co-op, Day Chocolate Company]

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Article
1 March 2002
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Auteur: Gary Phillips and Jantjie Xaba, Trade Union Research Project - University of Natal, published by Ethical Trading Action Group

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1 March 2002
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Auteur: John Sabapathy, Programme Manager at AccountAbility, in SustainAbility Radar

Recent reports on Triumph International (‘Support Breast not Dictators’) and Nike (‘We are not Machines’) have again drawn attention to the policy and management of supply chain labour issues within apparel and footwear companies. But overall is...

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  • Entreprises concernées: Nike
Article
26 February 2002
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Auteur: Starbucks

Agreement with Fairtrade Foundation to Roll Out Coffee in All Stores by Summer

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Article
23 February 2002
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Auteur: Associated Press

Starbucks sells Fair Trade coffee in bulk, but does not brew it on a regular basis.

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Article
19 February 2002
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Auteur: Australian Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Workers Union

More than 4000 NSW Home Care workers have won a groundbreaking agreement that all uniforms carry the No Sweat Shop label promoted by the Fair Wear campaign.

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Article
18 February 2002
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Auteur: Free Burma Coalition

Gart Sports Company Enacts Strong Policy Against Burma Goods - The Gart Sports Company, which ranks second only to the Sports Authority in U.S. retail of sporting goods and apparel, announced in a letter to the Free Burma Coalition that it will enact a...

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Article
15 February 2002
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Auteur: Chris Stetkiewicz, Reuters

Facing mounting pressure from protest groups, Starbucks Corp. this week affirmed its commitment to environmentally friendly products and fair wages for coffee farmers.

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Article
14 February 2002
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Auteur: Frank Green, San Diego Union-Tribune

...Global Exchange, a San Francisco-based human-rights organization, will stage demonstrations today at two See's stores in San Diego and 29 of the company's outlets elsewhere to protest the use of child labor in the cocoa-farming industry. The actions...

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Article
7 February 2002
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Auteur: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

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