There will be blood: the trailer

13.05.2022

A new Earthsight report reveals how British supermarkets and a major fast food outlet’s supply chains, along with German-produced pet food, are linked to indigenous rights abuses in Brazil

There Will Be Blood, an investigation by Earthsight and Brazilian agribusiness watch group De Olho nos Ruralistas, has linked chicken and pet food sold by major European restaurant and retail chains – including KFC, Lidl, Aldi, Sainsbury’s, Netto and Edeka – to the ongoing repression of an indigenous group forcibly evicted from its ancestral land, which has been almost entirely deforested by large agribusiness.

Watch the report's trailer below. The full report can be read in English and Portuguese. O video também pode ser visto em português aqui.

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