African migrants toil up to 14 hours, gathering tomatoes in Basilicata, a region of southern Italy. They stay in filthy farmhouses without restrooms, potable water and electricity. They are underpaid – 20 euros per day – below the minimum wage.
They have been considered as “slaves of modern age” by Amnesty International which focused its attention on human exploitation in the food Sector.
per continuare a leggere l’Articolo Clicca sul link o cerca http://www.dailynewsservice.co.uk/behind-tomato-production-long-trip-slavery/