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Fyffes Response to the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre regarding Anexco Pineapple Farm in Costa Rica

Fyffes is disappointed by Bananalink’s ongoing inaccurate and misleading reporting on its website regarding our Anexco pineapple farm in Costa Rica. Given Fyffes commitment to respecting the rights and welfare of workers across our supply chains, we would like to point out several developments and accomplishments that Bananalink failed to mention, so that we may provide a more accurate assessment of our Costa Rican pineapple operations. It is important to note that an independent third-party Sedex Members Ethical Trade Social Audit (SMETA) of Anexco was conducted in March 2017…Anexco, was recognized for its initiatives on migrant workers in the 2015 International Labour Organisation…While Anexco and Fyffes are proud of these achievements, we continue to pursue further improvements through open and constructive dialogue…

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This is a response from the following companies: Fyffes