The service for Malaysian palm oil workers will run on SMS, Facebook Messenger and via a free phone number © Zuma Press/PA Images
The service for Malaysian palm oil workers will run on SMS, Facebook Messenger and via a free phone number © Zuma Press/PA Images

Nestlé launches palm oil anti-slavery social media helpline

Nestlé has launched a programme enabling workers in its palm oil supply chain to report working conditions, recruitment, safety and other labour issues.

Together with one of Malaysia’s biggest palm oil manufacturers, Sime Darby Plantation (SDP), the Swiss food giant is offering the system, described as an “enhanced helpline” that runs over SMS, Facebook Messenger or a toll-free phone number and is open seven days-per-week.

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