Protest at Sainsbury’s Saturday 2nd August

Call out for 2nd August 2014 actions at Sainsbury’s stores During the current genocidal attacks on the Palestinians of Gaza we are seeing many thousands of people out on our streets, and they are desperate to know what they can do to help, beyond the important act of demonstrating or of giving money. Now is the time to recruit many [...]

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An insider’s account of the Sainsbury’s AGM

Posted on July 10, 2014 by Corporate Watch Corporate Watch were inside the Sainsbury’s AGM yesterday. Here’s an account of what happened: Campaigners protesting outside the Sainsbury’s AGM at the QE2 conference centre in Westminster yesterday called for the company to cease working with companies profiting from Israel’s occupation of Palestine. The Sainsbury’s ‘Taste the Indifference’ campaign has been pressuring [...]

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Media release – Protesters: “Customers’ trust in Sainsbury’s is misplaced”


Press release from the “Sainsbury’s – Taste the Indifference” campaign Monday 7th July – For immediate release Sainsbury’s face a challenge on “the value of values” at AGM Protesters claim “Customers’ trust in Sainsbury’s is misplaced.” Sainsbury’s new Chief Executive, Mike Coupe, will be taken to task at the company’s AGM in London this Wednesday by human rights organisations and [...]

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Open letter to Mike Coupe, Sainsbury’s CEO

Mike Couple, Sainsbury's CEO

Dear Mr Coupe, We are writing to you in your capacity as Sainsbury’s incoming Chief Executive. As members of civil society and representativesof organizations with deep concerns about human rights, we are greatly encouraged to read your statement on the Sainsbury’s website that you recognise your customers’ concerns about “the provenance of the goods they buy and the integrity of [...]

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