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Albertsons' response

As a food company that carries thousands of products from around the world, we recognize our responsibility to ensure that our suppliers adhere to our strict policies pertaining to worker rights. We are committed to conducting business in a lawful and ethical manner and expect our vendors to conduct themselves in the same manner. Our engagement with seafood suppliers in Thailand and the Seafood Taskforce, which Oxfam noted, is just one example of this commitment.

We confirmed with Oxfam during their Brazilian fruit and Assam Tea investigation that Albertsons Companies’ Own Brands products are not directly supplied from any of the vendors identified in Oxfam’s investigation.

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Oxfam reveals poverty pay, harsh working conditions & gender discrimination in intl. supermarkets' food supply chains; Includes company responses

Les supermarchés internationaux manquent de vigilance quant aux conditions de travail dans leurs chaînes d'approvisionnement, selon Oxfam