22.05.2017
The government of Costa Rica announced on 16 May that it is to ban the use of the toxic chemical herbicide Bromacil throughout the country.     The chemical is widely used by pineapple farmers, but poses a high risk of contaminating groundwater and affecting human health. Effects on human health include irritation to the skin, eyes and the respiratory tract, vomiting, muscle weakness, and diarrhoea, whilst it has... Read more...
The 5 May announcement by the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) that Fyffes are to be temporarily suspended from membership raises hope for workers at their subsidiaries in Costa Rica and Honduras, Read more...
  Banana Link is 20 years old. Over two decades we have... Read more...
Members of Banana Link's Peruvian trade union partner, ... Read more...

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