Amazon.com’s Unpalatable Profits

A report revealing that Amazon Japan, the wholly owned subsidiary of Amazon Inc, sells hundreds of cetacean food products, and calling on the company and its CEO Jeff Bezos to implement an immediate and permanent global ban.

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  7. […] a report published on February 21 by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and Humane Society… states Amazon sells marine mammal meat, or at least it was selling over 100 cetacean food products […]

  8. […] a report published on February 21 by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and Humane Society… states Amazon sells marine mammal meat, or at least it was selling over 100 cetacean food products […]

  9. […] a report published on February 21 by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) and Humane Society… states Amazon sells marine mammal meat, or at least it was selling over 100 cetacean food products […]