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The fast food chain maintains that its own "rigorous" internal auditing system protects workers from abuse.
If so, the Fair Food Nation will be there. The Fair Food movement is fundamentally a human rights movement. Yes, it is about
America’s farm workers have been exploited for centuries. A group of Florida tomato pickers is changing that.
Owners and managers of businesses have a moral and legal responsibility to provide a safe and fair workplace. This is easier said than done.
There is no such thing as cheap food. Environmental and health costs are not reflected in market prices for food, but rather, absorbed by people who suffer from diet-related diseases and citizens who pay for environmental cleanup.
This Valentine's Day, before planning your romantic dinner or buying roses and chocolate, think about how your choices will affect the hands that feed you.
The 21st-century customer knows more than ever about which farmers are good to the environment and good for the health of shoppers. But there's one thing that promo ads won't tell you: whether farmers are good to their employees.
Last month's horrific massacre of student human rights activists in Guerrero serves as an awful reminder of why there will be no "Fair Food Program" in the foreseeable future of Mexico's tomato industry...
Monitoring: Perfunctory and audit-based (CSR) vs. Participatory and complaint-based (WSR)... We have established that the
Why not join a proven solution to abuse in your supply chain? That's the question that T'ruah rabbis and others around the country have been asking over the past year.