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Oxfam International Jul 11
With forced labor and workers’ rights violations alive and widespread in the Thai & Indonesian industry, how can supermarkets give consumers the confidence that there's no human suffering in the food they buy?
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Bogdan Shapoval 1h
Hey the best Prime deal you can offer is making sure that human suffering is out of our seafood.
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Oxfam International Jul 15
The industry is worth more than $150bn per year. But workers in Southeast Asia face poverty wages, unsafe and unsanitary working conditions, and verbal abuse. Watch and share:
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Oxfam International Jul 15
There is a story of food you buy. Whether it is fruit, vegetables or seafood, millions of the people who produce our food are working in inhumane conditions.
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Oxfam International 12h
Appalling working conditions and poverty-wages is the reality for thousands of seafood workers in Southeast Asia who produce food that ends up on supermarkets shelves. have huge power and can change things:
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Oxfam International Jul 16
Help us hold & accountable for their actions. 1000s of seafood workers are trapped in appalling working conditions to produce the food that ends up in supermarkets. RT to remind them that human suffering has no place in our food
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Oxfam International 6h
The industry is worth more than $150bn per year. But it comes at an unacceptable price: the suffering of the people who produce it.
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Oxfam International Jul 17
On , let’s send a message to to remind them that human suffering has no place in our seafood. RT and spread the word!
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Oxfam International Jul 14
Across the world, food is how we express our culture and history. It is integral to our celebrations with friends and family. But here are 6 things you need to know about the food we buy:
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Oxfam International Jul 12
Top executives in supermarkets are cashing in big bucks. But too many people who produce and process our food are earning less than a fair wage and struggling to feed their families. Find out what's of your food - here' the scorecard:
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Oxfam International Jul 10
Yet women and men producing our food do not have enough to eat themselves:
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Oxfam EU Jul 10
Do you know what’s behind your seafood? Hear from Susi, Cho, Dewi and Sornlak
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Oxfam International Jul 10
When Isidrio tried to stand up for his rights on a banana plantation in Ecuador, he was fired. Help to end the suffering for people who produce our food:
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Oxfam in the Pacific Jul 9
Human suffering should never be an ingredient in food we eat. Help us reveal what's of food we buy and take action
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