Tell PepsiCo: No Exploitation for Snack Food

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Read the report, “The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil: Indofood, PepsiCo’s Hidden Link to Worker Exploitation in Indonesia”


Untuk melihat halaman ini dalam Bahasa Indonesia, klik disini.


Workers on palm oil plantations––including men, women, and children––are being exploited every single day to make Conflict Palm Oil for cheap snack foods like those made by PepsiCo.

PepsiCo has been turning a blind eye to the impacts of its palm oil supply chain for years. Now a new report by RAN, OPPUK and ILRF shows that PepsiCo’s partner Indofood is cheating its workers out of fair pay and benefits, threatening workers’ health with toxic chemicals, and compelling workers to hire children and bring their spouses to work through an unjust wage system.

Over the course of the last two years, PepsiCo has failed over and over again to take meaningful action and address its Conflict Palm Oil problem. We cannot let the snack food giant get away with it! Every day that PepsiCo refuses to take action is another day where palm oil workers are exploited, children are working on plantations rather than in school, and ecosystems are destroyed.

We are ramping up pressure on the people who sign off each and every day on PepsiCo’s flawed business model, and we need you to stand in solidarity with workers as we take our demands to the company's CEO, Ms. Indra Nooyi. Will you stand in solidarity with palm oil workers? Add your name and send a message to PepsiCo’s CEO Ms. Indra Nooyi today.


Full Report and Resources

English: Executive Summary "The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil: Indofood, PepsiCo's Hidden Link to Worker Exploitation in Indonesia"

English: Full Report  The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil: Indofood, PepsiCo’s Hidden Link to Worker Exploitation in Indonesia”

Bahasa Indonesia: Full Report "The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil: Indofood, PepsiCo’s Hidden Link to Worker Exploitation in Indonesia”


Thousands of activists and NGO’s worldwide have taken action to stand in solidarity with palm oil workers. See more:

 

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