According to the recent reports after the sampling of food by the PETA. The PETA charged the chaokoh for money labour issue. Most of the known brands like target Costco have dropped the brand and now Kroger is taking the same steps. Kroger, which operates several regional supermarket chains in 35 states, is the latest pledge not to stockpile coconut products from Thai suppliers. They have been accused of using monkeys as compulsory labour.
While Kroger has confirmed that it will drop Chaokoh-branded crops after it sells through its existing inventory. PETA has been pushing stores to stop marketing coconut milk that it says is made from coconut reaped by monkeys since it began investigating the alleged exploitation. Of the animals in 2019. Target, Costco, Wegmans, Walgreens, Lion Food, Giant Food and Stop & Shop Brand based in Thailand.
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Here is the official statement”Every can of coconut milk purchased from Chaokooh represents the misery of a chain-linked monkey.” Tracy Riemann, executive vice president of PETA, said in a statement. “Any grocery store that still buys from this brand after PETA has been unprotected to coconut cruelty risks losing sympathetic shoppers, so Kroger made the right call. PETA says its members have sent thousands of emails to Kroger and staged protests with people dressed as monkeys and holding signs outside stores. It also deserted hundreds of what it says are “humanely picked nuts” outside Kroger’s Cincinnati HQ.