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Cargill: forced labor is intolerable!
Plantation labor instead of school: the cruel fate of a little girl (photo: Jason Motlagh / Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting)
Dear friends of the rainforests,
Captivity, public beatings and child labor: investigative journalists working for Bloomberg Businessweek, a U.S. publication, recently exposed appalling working conditions on oil palm plantations of the KLK Group – a Malaysian company that essentially treats its workers as slaves.KLK's customers include western companies such as Cargill, a U.S. multinational that sells palm oil to major food manufacturers like Nestlé, Unilever and Kellogg's. Cargill also likes to talk the talk of environmental and social responsibility.
The KLK case will now give Cargill the perfect opportunity to walk the walk: Please support the Rainforest Action Network (RAN) campaign. Call on Cargill and its customers to stop trading in palm oil produced by forced labor on former rainforest land.
Thanks for being involved,
Rainforest Rescue (Rettet den Regenwald e.V.)
Jupiterweg 15, 22391 Hamburg, Germany
firstname.lastname@example.org • www.rainforest-rescue.org
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