Nestlé, Colgate or Kellogg's, among companies that could use "sustainable" palm oil from child exploitation

January 20, 2020 EcoVadis FR


“Something is not right when nine companies that had a combined income of 325,000 million dollars in 2015 cannot take measures to address the heinous treatment that people who work in the production of palm oil receive, which also earn a misery”, Amnesty International says in the report entitled The big palm oil scandal: labor abuse behind the big brands.


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