New Report on Modern Slavery in Pacific Canned Tuna Supply Chains

4 June 2019
Research Innovation

New research from the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre shows that canned tuna brands are failing to tackle modern slavery in their Pacific supply chains. According to the report, only four out of 35 companies reported having due diligence policies and only seven out of 35 report they have mapped their supply chains in full. Included within the report are key recommendations companies can adopt to take action. Read the full report here.

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