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Supermarkets: Stop fuelling Brazil’s genocide!

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Agribusiness is booming in Brazil. Powerful ranchers and multimillion-dollar corporations are profiting from soy, corn and sugarcane mega-plantations, and beef production. They’re backed by President Bolsonaro.

These agribusiness giants are stealing indigenous peoples’ land, poisoning them with pesticides, and forcing them to live in makeshift camps with soaring rates of malnutrition, disease and suicide. They are burning down Brazil’s most biodiverse forests and threatening to wipe out whole uncontacted tribes.

Indigenous people across Brazil are asking for your help:

Ask your supermarket to stop buying agribusiness products from Brazil, until indigenous rights are upheld.

- The supermarket listed here will rotate. Follow #StopBrazilsGenocide and send us your suggestions.
- You can also use this text, or write your own, to target your chosen store.
- And how about tweeting at your supermarket? Remember to include the hashtag #StopBrazilsGenocide



To: Mr Jason Hart, Aldi USA CEO and Mr Giles Hurley, Aldi UK CEO

Target email addresses:[email protected][email protected][email protected]

Dear Mr Hurley and Mr Hart

Agribusiness giants in Brazil are stealing indigenous peoples’ land, poisoning them with pesticides, forcing them to live in makeshift camps with soaring rates of malnutrition, disease and suicide, burning down Brazil’s most biodiverse forests, and threatening to wipe out whole uncontacted tribes.

The purchase of produce from these suppliers is fuelling Brazil’s genocide.

As a concerned consumer, I urge you to take immediate action. Will you commit to suspending all purchases of agribusiness products from Brazil until indigenous rights are upheld?

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,