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U. S. produce industry releases plan for ending abusive Mexican farm labor conditions

Melanie Wong | Jan 15, 201710:43 PM    

"The so-called 'Ethical Charter' is an attempt to get thousands of growers, distributors and retailers to follow basic values governing the treatment of workers, many of whom toil on large export farms in Mexico."

The complete document can be found here. The industry organizations are asking for public comment by February 20.
http://www.pma.com/content/articles/f...

Produce industry releases plan for ending abusive Mexican farm labor conditions

North America’s largest produce industry groups have unveiled a plan aimed at ridding abusive labor conditions from supply chains, in a closely watched...

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