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Nestlé​ admits slavery and coercion used in catching its seafood - Business - CBC News

25.11.15

Nestlé​ admits slavery and coercion used in catching its seafood - Business - CBC News - Nestlé​ said it would post the reports online — as well as a detailed yearlong solution strategy throughout 2016 — as part of ongoing efforts to protect workers. It has promised to impose new requirements on all potential suppliers and train boat owners and captains about human rights, possibly with a demonstration vessel and rewards for altering their practices. It also plans to bring in outside auditors and assign a high-level Nestle manager to make sure change is underway.


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