PCC submits suggestions for Agricultural Justice Project standards, which address labor rights in supply chains.
PCC adopts a fair labor and social justice framework. We're committed to being a positive force and will not tolerate child labor, forced labor, human trafficking, abuse or harassment.
PCC is the lead retailer with Green America in demanding Hershey take action to end child slave labor in the cocoa supply chain.
Most of Hershey's profits are earned at the expense of children. It must buy more ethically sourced cocoa to end child slave labor. Certifying Dagoba is not sufficient.
Congress must oppose anticompetitive behavior by meatpacker and poultry special interests that hurt ranchers, farmers and consumers. Industry pressure threatens common sense protections.
We are awaiting a USDA report to address devastating effects of consolidation in seed, meat, poultry and dairy with antitrust measures. We request a timeline for action.
PCC and RAFI-USA ask the U.S. Attorney General and Sec. of Agriculture to provide an action timeline to address the impact of consolidation on farmers and consumers.
This letter urges the House and Senate Foreign Operations Committees to fund co-op development in developing nations.
PCC cuts ties with Gallo's wholesaler, Northwest Wine Company, until the dispute with the United Farm Workers ends. Vineyard workers deserve parity in pay and benefits.