Suppliers fall short on slavery policies

Suppliers fall short on slavery policies

According to a study carried out by Deloitte and released by Spanish tuna operators’ grouping OPAGAC, only 11% of major corporate suppliers of canned tuna from the Pacific region to European outlets have adequate internal policies for detecting slavery within supply chains – and only half have defined human rights ...

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