Our worldwide campaign launched in 2018 with a global report, “Ripe for Change”, and a series of country-specific case studies, which expose the root causes behind the human suffering in the global food supply chains of supermarkets.
In 2019 our research and focus on workers rights, showed how these food supply chains can be rife with violations of human, labour and women’s rights. This wealth of information shows us just how important it is to push our supermarkets to do better.You can access all these resources here.
Global campaign reports
This report presents compelling new evidence that supermarket shareholders and owners are some of the biggest winners in the Covid-19 pandemic, while women workers are losing out.
Sweet Fruits, Bitter Lives
Brazil is the third largest producer of fruit in the world, but does not guarantee decent wages and conditions for most fruit workers.
Behind your shopping
An analysis of corporate responsibility in human rights in the supply chains of Brazil’s largest supermarkets.
This report exposes the violations of basic rights of rural workers on coffee plantations in Brazil, addressing the responsibility of supermarkets, cooperatives and other large companies.
- Ripe for change: methodology note