European supermarkets drop Brazilian beef products over deforestation links

Cecilia Keating
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Rates of deforestation have surged under President Jair Bolsonaro | Credit: iStock
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Rates of deforestation have surged under President Jair Bolsonaro | Credit: iStock

Sainsbury's and Carrefour among group of top European supermarkets to announce boycott of Brazilian beef after investigation links products from JBS to deforestation in the Amazon, Cerrado, and Pantanal

Six European supermarket chains, including Sainsbury's in the UK and Carrefour in Belgium, announced yesterday that they are to stop selling some or all beef products from Brazil after an investigation...

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