TALLINN – Retailers Rimi and Maxima said on Friday that they have suspended cooperation with the Latvian confectionery company Adugs, which is suspected of money laundering and human trafficking.
"Suppliers of Rimi have signed an addendum to their contract in which they confirm that their activity is sustainable when it comes to the environment and people's health, as well as socially responsible. The conclusion of new contracts with Adugs has been suspended," Katrin Bats, head of corporate responsibility at Rimi, said in a press release.
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