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Was Your Seafood Caught by Slaves?

Steve Trent, Environmental Justice Foundation

17-May-16 14:30

Was Your Seafood Caught by Slaves?

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:  toolonglongreadssustainable seafoodmodern slaveryThailandMyanmarfishinghuman traffickingassociated pressIndustrial Goods/ServicesSocial Enterprises, Non-ProfitsCultureFood, Beverage, Restaurants

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