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企業の回答

REWE Group's response

... [W]e are also in close and constructive contact with OXFAM...

...The certification of our suppliers contributes to ecological and social improvements in the growing countries and to increased transparency in the supply chain, although we do not want to rest on our laurels. Our REWE Group Guideline for Tea will be published shortly...

...The Oxfam report neither establishes a chronological classification nor a concrete reference with which we could pursue the generally formulated accusations in a targeted manner. At this point, we would like to assure you that we will not tolerate proven violations of national laws, ILO standards and minimum wages at suppliers and will sanction them if they are proven - even to the point of discontinuation...

Compared to the previous Oxfam study from 2018, REWE Group has already improved its results in three out of four categories. This alone clearly shows that REWE Group is making great efforts to identify and remedy any legal infringements and/or grievances along the private label supply chains...

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