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Nestle Sets Example for Other Companies

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    November 25, 2015
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When Nestle Company admitted that slave labour was used in its seafood supply from Thailand, it set an example for other companies.  These disclosures are necessary to urge Thailand to fix its supply chain…

Its admission was a surprise and came after a long investigation. Migrants are lured by promises and become trapped in forced labor, working in poor conditions for little or no pay. International businesses rarely acknowledge such abuses. A non-profit that fights labor abuses, Verite, conducted the research and applauded Nestle’s admission.

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