Jump to navigation
“We do not want flowers, we want rights!”
International Women’s Day 2017 was marked by a demonstration outside the office’s of Fyffes’ subsidiary in Cholutecca, Honduras yesterday, by women workers suffering violations of their labour rights, including non-payment of minimum wages and social security, non-recognition of their union by the company, and sackings of workers who join the union.
View more pictures... Read more...
Twenty eight organisations from Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe and the United States, gathered in Bologna this week, are calling on the directors of the newly acquired Fyffes to address Read more...
Other recent news stories
Banana Link is 20 years old. Over two decades we have... Read more...
Wanji John, President of the Fako Agricultural Workers... Read more...
Freedom and fairness for Fyffes workers! – ACT NOW
The Make Fruit Fair! Campaign is calling on Fyffes to respect the rights of workers in its global supply chains. Sign an email to the Chairman of Fyffes calling on them to allow workers in its supply chains to be able to join a trade union and collectively bargain to secure their rights, including a living wage.
Receive progress updates about campaign actions, news from our trade union partners in Latin America and West Africa and invitations to take part in urgent online actions, and more .... Subscribe to newsletters and mailing lists
Company Limited by Guarantee Registration Number 03144239 (England and Wales)