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    Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood
    By Katie Nguyen
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    LONDON ‚€ Nestle's admission that slave labor is used to produce its seafood sourced from Thailand sets an example for other companies who need to join forces to push the Thai government to clean up its supply chain, campaigners said on Tuesday.

    Nestle on Monday disclosed forced labor was in its supply chain after a year-long investigation found migrants were sold and lured by false promises to work in Thailand's seafood sector, kept in debt bondage and degrading conditions.

    The disclosure came as a surprise as international companies rarely acknowledge abuses in their supply chains despite coming under increasing pressure from consumers and governments to be transparent about how and where their products are sourced.



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    Re: Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    I am not surprised at all by this. Nestle supports mosques that are known to support terrorism activities. For example, Parramatta mosque in Sydney. They also make the rest of Australia pay an islam tax when we buy their products.

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    Re: Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    Other article about Nestle, from this forum:

    http://www.thailandqa.com/forum/show...ghlight=nestle

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    Re: Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    Quote Originally Posted by emu View Post
    I am not surprised at all by this. Nestle supports mosques that are known to support terrorism activities. For example, Parramatta mosque in Sydney. They also make the rest of Australia pay an islam tax when we buy their products.

    http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2015-0...rorism/6383238
    Lol @ emu for spreading a myth spread by Pauline Hanson.XXXXXXXX (Mods note: Deleted the line that sounded like a personal insult.) Don't damage your credibility by bringing up anything ejaculated by that foolish woman who panders to the basest fears of the lowest common denominator in a desperate attempt to capture any semblance of relevance.


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    Re: Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    http://m.smh.com.au/nsw/police-turne...05-gk1t2n.html

    She didn't write this one. They used the mosque for the final briefing, and to hand over the gun, for which others have been charged.

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    Re: Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    I was trying to insult Pauline Hanson, not you. Sorry if it came across that way


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    Re: Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    She is a loose nut, but she can see whats happening. Same with Donald Trump.
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    Re: Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    Cheers, Emu
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    Re: Nestle Admits to Slavery in Thai-Sourced Seafood

    My goodness what a story. What are those people's problems? Typical ACA fair.


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