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Don’t eat that shrimp - The Washington Post


Don’t eat that shrimp - The Washington Post:

The investigation followed a 2013 report
by the Environmental Justice Foundation, a nongovernmental
organization, which chronicled the abuse in the Thai shrimp industry. It
also spurred a flurry of corporate responses: Walmart said it was
"actively engaged" in the issue; Costco said it was telling its
suppliers "to take corrective action;" and Tesco, the largest
supermarket chain in Britain, called it "completely unacceptable." But almost two years later, the problem persists.

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