The Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) Oradea prosecutors have closed the file on how the Kinder eggs were put together, following an article published by the British tabloid ‘The Sun’ last fall. Prosecutors conducted investigations on charges ...Read More »
The Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) prosecutors will file the case of the family in Carei, which allegedly put the children to assemble Kinder eggs after investigators determined that the minors were not exploited by their parents. ...Read More »
Satu Mare County Prefect Radu Bud believes there are suspicions about the pension of the women included in the feature released by ‘The Sun’ this week regarding the making of Kinder Eggs at home. He says her illness might have ...Read More »
The Romanian translator who accompanied the British journalists with ‘The Sun’ for the feature about kids working to make Kinder Eggs at home says there was not frame-up. He also says there are lots of people in the region who ...Read More »
Kinder Eggs case: Ferrero investigation on Romexa and Prolegis concludes suppliers observe code of conduct. Further investigations expected following ‘The Sun’ feature
An independent auditor conducted in May this year, on behalf of Ferrero, checks at Romexa suppliers and at sub-contractor Prolegis and concluded that the firms observe the company’s Code of Conduct, Ferrero Romania informs after the information released by ‘The ...Read More »
UPDATE: ‘The Sun’ reveals Romanian Kinder Egg ‘slaves’, aged just six, are paid 22 pence per hour. Woman in the story: It’s a frame-up!
According to a feature released by the British newspaper ‘The Sun’ Romanian kids aged six get 22p an hour as “slave” labour making Kinder Egg toys. They are in families toiling 13 hours a day at home in Romania to ...Read More »