Consumer Goods Archive

Three companies, three pay rises: talking tactics with a courier union

Mags Dewhurst from the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB)

Byron Burgers

Byron Burgers sending millions to owners offshore while workers are deported

Apartheid in the fields: From occupied Palestine to UK Supermarkets

Israeli agricultural export companies are profiting from the Israeli colonisation of

Trading under siege: the dying export industry in the Gaza Strip

Corporate Watch researchers visited the Gaza Strip during November and December

Tesco: the boycott that wasn’t

Firstly, the changes do not refer to all produce but only

Westfield shopping malls accused of tax dodging

A new report by United Voice, one of Australia’s largest trade

An insider’s account of the Sainsbury’s AGM

Campaigners protesting outside the Sainsbury’s AGM at the QE2 conference centre

Workers paid below the minimum wage in the Israeli settlement of Na’ama

During January 2013, Corporate Watch conducted interviews with Palestinians who work

Oxfam’s PR firm helping to greenwash Sodastream

UPDATE 09/04/2014 – Response from Oxfam America: Oxfam claims that “Fenton

To pay or not to pay: Asda and Argos choose workfare over work

The campaign against workfare has claimed some major successes over the

Riots in Bristol against Tesco and police repression

An attack on the radical community of Stokes Croft in Bristol

A Rough Guide to the Farming Crisis

Corporate control of the food system ‘There are two hundred thousand

Supermarket Local Sourcing Initiatives: Corporate Control of the Food System and the Rise of Supermarkets

Corporate Control of the Food System The ownership of the food

Alternatives to Corporate Rule: Food and Agriculture

From seed supply, farming machinery, to wholesale and retail distribution, food

Direct Action Against Israel, Part 2

Last month Corporate Watch looked at the private companies in the