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Report Ties Seafood Processing in China's Shandong Province to Uyghur Forced Labor

Major Chinese seafood processing plants are employing Uyghurs that have forcibly been shipped in from Xinjiang, and imports from those plants are likely entering U.S. supply chains, according to a report from the Outlaw Ocean Project that was also published…

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in The New Yorker on Oct. 9. Citing internal company newsletters, local news reports and posts from Uyghur workers on social media, among other things, the report tied use of Uyghur forced labor to processors in China's Shandong province, including Chishan Group, Yantai Sanko Fisheries and Yantai Longwin Foods, as well as Shandong Haidu and Rongcheng Haibo, which together handle 30% of all squid processed in China.