Human trafficking, child labor, inadequate safety equipment resulting in routine exposure to toxic chemicals, union busting, and other labor abuses are sadly all too common on palm oil plantations, helping to keep the cost of this oil artificially low on the global market.
It might get you thrown in jail.
Migrant workers building World Cup infrastructure have allegedly been forced to work up to 12 hours a day, seven days a week
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.
"It is clear that allowing the World Cup and the infrastructure projects leading up to it to take place in Qatar is no longer