A report accused Indofoods of employing child labourers, wage abuses and deforestation. ©Richard Carey /stock.adobe.com
A report accused Indofoods of employing child labourers, wage abuses and deforestation. ©Richard Carey /stock.adobe.com

Nestlé cuts ties with Indonesian palm oil supplier

Nestlé has stopped buying palm oil from an Indonesian producer that has faced continued allegations of deforestation and labour abuses.

The Swiss food giant confirmed it would close a joint venture with Indofood, one of Indonesia’s largest palm oil companies, that was set up in 2016.

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