21.07.2016
A recent report by Radio New Zealand has highlighted the terrible human cost to Filipino banana workers who are forced to work 18 hour days, paid as little as 30 cents per hour, constantly exposed to toxic chemicals, and threatened with violence or death when they campaign for better conditions. Watch the video here, or read the full report below: From the top of a rusting observation tower, the leaves stretch out... Read more...
Banana Link partner in our Make Fruit Fair! campaign, Oxfam Germany, has published a report Sweet Fruit, Bitter Truth (In German) allegeding inhumane conditions exist on many Costa Rican pineapple Read more...
Lidl is one out of nine supermarket giants in the UK. But... Read more...
The World Banana Forum (WBF) promotes the global adoption... Read more...

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A recent meeting on gender equity in the banana industry brought together women from nine banana producing countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean Read more...