Join Freedom United in urging Monster Beverage Corporation, the top energy drink maker in the U.S., to give more detail when assessing its risk to forced labor and human trafficking in its supply chain.
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Sugar, mainly produced from sugarcane, is a main ingredient in most of Monster Beverage Corporation’s energy drinks, in the form of sucrose and glucose, and it is well-documented that forced labor is known to exist in sugarcane producing countries, including Brazil, a top exporter to the U.S. Besides Brazil, sugarcane is also produced using forced labor in Bolivia, Burma, Dominican Republic and Pakistan.
Yet Monster Beverage Corporation states that there is a "minimal risk" of slavery and human trafficking in its supply chain.
Join Freedom United in urging Monster Beverage Corporation to acknowledge and take responsibility for its risk to slavery. Sign the petition to tell the CEO to investigate the slavery risk in their supply chains and to provide a detailed report showing how they assess that risk.
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