23.04.2018
This is a statement that has been jointly agreed by Banana Link and Tesco on the progress made against the pioneering commitments made by the supermarket chain.   In 2014, Tesco became the first retailer to commit to paying a living wage to banana workers by 2017, covering sourcing sites that only supplied Tesco. Banana Link welcomed this commitment as a progressive statement of leadership in the urgently needed... Read more...
The European Commission has today proposed legislation on unfair trading practices in global food supply chains. The economic power of European supermarkets and their unfair trading practices lead to Read more...
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In December 2015, women representatives from civil society organisations in the four major banana exporting regions of the world, Asia, the Caribbean Read more...