Global Witness released a new report on Dec. 6 summarizing more than a year of research showing how agricultural exporters ADM and Cargill purchase soybeans from companies or producers implicated in at least seven human rights abuse cases against indigenous people and peasant communities in eastern Paraguay.
In the report titled "Tainted Meals: How Europe's meat industry contributes to human rights abuses in Paraguay," Global WitnessGlobal Witness found that soybeans from cases of pesticide poisoning, forced evictions of indigenous peoples, and even deaths ended up in silos belonging to agricultural exporters, mainly ADM and Cargill, who transport the soybeans . . .
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