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This paper offers timely insights on emerging good practices to address exploitation in global food supply chains, based on 26 key informant interviews, and analysis of Oxfam's latest Supermarkets Scorecard. While the coronavirus that ignited the global crisis is new, the underlying issues plaguing agricultural supply chains are not. Reducing risks and improving resilience in supply chains requires a shift in how companies respect human rights. The current crisis offers an opportunity to not just gradually adopt good practices but to fundamentally shift the core business model.

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10.21201/2020.6263

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978-1-78748-626-3

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