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Wilmar International calls for "labour transformation" in palm oil industry after Amnesty report

Just-Food Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
Wilmar International, the agribusiness accused by Amnesty International of running Indonesian palm oil plantations that contribute to child labour and human rights abuses, has called for collaboration to achieve a "labour transformation" across the global palm oil industry.
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News video: Indonesian kids exploited for palm oil profit: Amnesty

Indonesian kids exploited for palm oil profit: Amnesty 01:30

Global consumer companies, including Unilever, Nestle, Kellogg and Procter &amp; Gamble, have sourced palm oil from Indonesian plantations where labour abuses were uncovered, according to Amnesty International. As Graham Mackay reports, the organization says children as young as eight have worked...

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