LA Times Report Confirms Horrific Abuses on Farms in Mexico
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In December 2014, the LA Times published a four-part series exposing terrible working conditions on large-scale fruit and vegetable farms in Mexico, including abuses such as wage-theft, lack of clean water for drinking and bathing, rodent-infested housing, lack of bedding, child labor, and other abuses. One farm, Bioparques, sends as many as six million boxes of tomatoes a year to US retailers such as Wal-Mart and Safeway.

Read the series in the LA Times.

Take action to tell companies to be fair to workers in Mexico.

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2 Responses

05/11/2015

FYI – there is a typo in your last link. It says ‘far’ instead of ‘fair’

05/11/2015

Hi Ryan, thank you for spotting the typo and letting us know about it. Not sure how I missed that one!

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