It has been revealed that dried fruits such as dried fruits produced in Uyghur Ella involving forced labor are being sold in the United States

Although it has been two months since the US government started implementing the “Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act”, it has been revealed that Uyghur products such as dried fruit and other products involving forced labor are being widely sold in the US market.

Uyghur Human Rights Foundation in the United States released an investigation report on the matter on December 28, saying that 20 percent of the vegetable products in the global supply chain may be involved in Uyghur forced labor.

According to the report, the Xinjiang Production and Construction Foundation controls the vast majority of the shares of at least 13 companies producing chili in China, which account for 25 percent of the chili produced in China. According to the report, from February to August of this year, local stores and online markets around Washington City have marketed more than 70 types of pickles produced or processed in East Turkistan, and at least 3 types of products are branded as “Bingtuan”, in addition to raisins, walnuts, etc. The products are also available in US grocery stores, he said.

According to the report, although banning Uyghur forced labor products has become the main task of US customs authorities, cotton and tomato products produced in Uyghur regions continue to enter the US market.

According to Wire China, the products of a company in the island city of Bingtuan will be transferred to a company in Qingdao and exported to New York through Shenzhen. .

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