28.07.2017
In May, the Irish multinational corporation Fyffes—recently purchased by Japanese giant Sumitomo—had its membership in the Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI)1 suspended following several reports of labor and union rights violations in the company’s melon and pineapple plantations in Honduras and Costa Rica. But instead of mending its ways, Fyffes has chosen to continue with its antiunion practices.   In June, leaders... Read more...
On Saturday 1 July, Alberto Román Acosta González, President of the Guacarí branch of the National Union of Workers in Agricultural Industries (SINTRAINAGRO) in Colombia, was assassinated in the Read more...
  Banana Link was 20 years old in 2016. Over two decades... Read more...
On Saturday 1 July, Alberto Román Acosta González,... Read more...

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