21.01.2019
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) has published a statement (reproduced below) on the latest developments in the dispute between Fyffes and Honduran plantation workers. It recognises that Fyffes is now in dialogue with the national union STAS (Union of Workers in Agroindustry and Allied Trades), and have signed an agreement officially recognising STAS as the legitimate representative of workers employed at the... Read more...
SITRAP (Union of Agricultural Plantation Workers) which represents tropical fruit workers in Costa Rica, with a presence in over 40 banana and pineapple plantations, last week signed an historic Read more...
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Banana Link Annual Review 2017 - 18   This report captures just some of BANANA Link's and our partner's achievements over the past twelve months in Read more...