Seeing slavery in seafood supply chains

Please check Katrina Nakamura’s publication from Sustainability Incubator where it also mentions Verifik8. Great job! Seeing slavery in seafood supply chains The seafood supply chain is often long and fragmented, and slavery is a tenacious problem. The vast majority of workers are engaged in the early stages of production and often employed through subcontracts or brokers. We hypothesized that food companies could identify risks and implement improvements by adding a labor safety dimension to their tracking and traceability systems. We designed a five-point framework […] To read more please click on the link: http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/7/e1701833/tab-article-info

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