BB Via translator This year, because we did not get good rain, the yield was not good. And I think a lot of the companies do have a lot of the facilities which are required.
At the moment what retailers are doing are asking for audits which they use as a paper fig leaf should anyone else turn up and ask them about working conditions. Workers usually wear hairnets and there were safety inspection certificates on the walls.
FG I think a more rounded approach is needed. For example you can decide to buy from wholesalers and export to your customers abroad. L Via translator She does not work in the factories due to the smell of this smoke, this carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide.
But the big corporate players who have captured those markets are sloughing off their responsibilities for employment. The nuts are then collected, dried, shelled, peeled, graded, and roasted.
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You would probably need more than two million consumers acting and communicating in exactly the same way, exactly the same way to have the same countervailing power on a supermarket as the supermarket has on the suppliers. So where businesses have taken the initiative and market themselves as caring about these things, including labour standards, it is fair if everybody else has to follow those.
Now if workers are paid an adequate peace-rate wage for a normal number of working hours this would not drive extremely long hours to make ends meet.
You cannot get labour because no workers interested to do that work even many of the worker will go for grading and peeling like that. You need to show clear margins of profitability and proper loan servicing.
In general they are applied by supermarkets but the impacts are really harshly felt by workers and farmers throughout the supply chains that supply Europe with food. Whereas at the moment what we have is supermarkets demanding good working conditions but doing nothing in the way that they buy on a commercial basis to actually enable that; in fact they are undermining it.
I mean that is just a ridiculous position to be in some people cannot afford to take their morals shopping.
And the result is low pay, really poor health and safety conditions especially in cashews, particularly, with this caustic or acidic oil that literally burns people's hands.
And we are now seeing that beginning to happen in other parts of the food supply chain; and indeed Fair Trade of course, that in itself is partly derived from it. That means that that particular purchaser for that particular retailer has enormous amounts of power — more than just buying for one country.
LL Whether they work at home or in the factory labourers face a range of challenges for their health and livelihood. And I think a lot of the companies do have a lot of the facilities which are required.
So I think we are already seeing most of the retailers beginning to adopt a much more responsible approach to the whole of their supply chain in that way. In fact the power dynamic is entirely the opposite; retailers choice edit and manipulate consumers.
But I hesitate even to say that because I think the situation we are in at the moment is all the responsibility has been pushed back on the consumers to act ethically; some people may be able to afford that, some people may be less able to afford that and it should not really be about you making those choices in the shops.
FG Both of what you said might happen is happening; so Traidcraft witnessed that there is an awful lot of subcontracting from Kerala to Tamil Nadu where the labour standards are cheaper.
Cambodia has the potential to become a supplier of processed cashews in its own right and not just a seller of unshelled nuts to Vietnam and India for processing. India is the third largest consumer of cashew nuts in the world.
Cashew Nut International Trade. INTERNATIONAL TRADE Basically, international business can be easily defined as transactions that are devised and carried out across national countries borders, to sastify the objectives of individuals and organizations/5(1). Cashew nut is grown in India, Africa and a few countries.
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Cashew Value Chain. The chain starts with the commercial farmers that produce the nuts. They have a good. Global cashew market - A snapshot overview ii This document has not formally been edited by the International Trade Centre. The designations employed and the.
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