Was Your Seafood Caught by Slaves?
Steve Trent, Environmental Justice Foundation
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That fish and chips you’re consuming, or the tuna you fed your cat this morning, or the freshly packed filets you see in the supermarket - all this seafood could have been brought to you through the blood, sweat and tears of slaves working in a corrupt and overstretched seafood industry. Steve Trent of the Environmental Justice Foundation, discusses the Associated Press’s huge investigation into the seafood slavery trade that happens in Southeast Asia.
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Tags: toolong, longreads, sustainable seafood, modern slavery, Thailand, Myanmar, fishing, human trafficking, associated press