21.06.2018
Too often the people who produce our food are living in poverty and going hungry themselves. Rachel Wilshaw, Ethical Trade Manager for Oxfam GB, shares the findings of a new report and explains why they are calling on consumers and UK supermarkets to act. The people producing our food are often going hungry themselves. This is the standout finding of an Oxfam report published today, Ripe for Change: Ending human... Read more...
An initiative that aims to provide health and safety training to over 55,000 banana plantation workers was launched recently in Ecuador, the world's largest banana exporter.    Banana Link, along Read more...
Women working in banana and other tropical fruit... Read more...

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In December 2015, women representatives from civil society organisations in the four major banana exporting regions of the world, Asia, the Caribbean Read more...