PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway here has taken a leadership position on an issue not typically given much visibility in the North American food industry — eradicating human trafficking and slavery in the supply chain of retailers and CPG manufacturers. “We intend to eliminate human trafficking and slavery from our supply chain,” said Carl Graziani, senior vice president, supply chain for Safeway, during a session earlier this month at the Supply Chain Conference in ...

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