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Oxfam International Sep 22
Human suffering should never be an ingredient in food we eat. Take action now:
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Oxfam International Jul 21
For a packet of shrimp sold in a Dutch supermarket for €5, the worker in Indonesia who peeled them could have earned less than €0.02
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Oxfam International Aug 4
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 & struggling to feed their families. Find out what's of your food - here's the scorecard:
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Oxfam International Aug 12
6 things you didn’t know about your food shopping: Find out what's !
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Oxfam International Jul 26
All around the world, millions of small-scale farmers, fishers and workers who grow, catch and process our food live in poverty and suffer from inhumane treatment. Here's what you need to know:
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Oxfam International Jul 20
⚠Women and men producing our food do not have enough to eat themselves ⚠ Speak up for the people . Take the pledge here:
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Oxfam International Aug 1
The behind seafood we eat face appalling working conditions: lack of bathroom breaks, excessive work hours for far less than living wages:
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Oxfam International Jul 26
Feeling the heat? 50,000 people speaking out! We want: ✔ no human suffering in the food we buy ✔ fair wages for food producers ✔ safe & decent work for women RT & spread the word so everyone knows what's of our food:
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Oxfam International Sep 11
Let's make sure the food we eat is free from human suffering. Take our pledge:
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Choose Right Today Sep 12
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Oxfam Cymru Jun 24
Millions of people who produce and process food we eat are working in inhumane conditions and struggling to feed their families. Join us to speak up for those
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Oxfam International Jul 21
Women in the industry in Southeast Asia do most of the lowest paid and least secure jobs. Stand with the workers and call for safe and decent work for women 👉
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Oxfam International Aug 5
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 New Zealand Jul 2
Think twice about your rice 🍚 – it may contain human suffering. Millions of food workers endure inhumane conditions to produce food we all eat. No one should have to work like this. Together we can change it!
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Oxfam International Jul 23
Poverty and are major ingredients in supermarket supply chains. You can help us change what's :
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Oxfam in Asia Jun 28
Some workers in Indonesia had to meet these targets to earn far less than a wage enough for them and their families to eat and live decently. Stand with the workers and call for safe and decent work for women.
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Jessica LG Sep 19
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Gerard Roche Sep 14
I pledge to stand with the people
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Aimee Foster Aug 28
I just pledged to help end human suffering in our food! Join in via
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Oxfam International Aug 16
From Zero to Heroine - 4 ways supermarkets can better support :
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