This video says about itself:
8 March 2014
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Honduras: Fruit company Fyffes accused of poisoning workers at melon plantation
GMB’s Honduran sister union STAS said the women became ill after inhaling toxic chemicals while working in a hazardous area without personal protection equipment.
STAS requested a Labour Ministry inspection of the Fyffes Choluteca plantation after the women developed symptoms of poisoning, but the visiting official failed to even interview them.
GMB international officer Bert Schouwenburg said: “Once again Ireland-based gangster capitalists Fyffes have shown utter contempt for their workers by deploying them in areas where they could be affected by noxious chemicals” — but the firm still received the Ethical Trade Initiative seal of approval.
Global brand Fyffes supplies bananas and pineapples to most major British supermarkets. Mr Schouwenburg asked what guarantees their customers had that their fruit wasn’t “covered in the same pesticides” and concealing “the same inhuman farming practices.”
Fyffes was founded in Britain, and used to be owned by the infamous United Fruit Company from the USA.