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We reproduce below the statement published by the Ethical Trading Initiative on 7 December 2017:
ETI's management consulted with relevant parties in the lead up to our board meeting of 23rd November.
It was noted that there have been discussions between relevant parties. In addition, Fyffes reported a number of new CSR activities. However, ETI was concerned that there was still not a clear process in place that... Read more...
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Freedom and fairness for Fyffes workers! – ACT NOW
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