Regent Food Corporation - updates

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[OPINION] How can we challenge capitalism?

Nov 20, 2019 - 2:15 PM

How far would boycotting products and sympathizing with workers really take us?

Año on Vico Sotto backing arrested workers: 'Don't take sides'

Nov 19, 2019 - 3:14 PM

'Hanggang hindi pa tapos ‘yung case, dapat we stay neutral on the ground,' said Interior Secretary Eduardo Año

STAY NEUTRAL. Interior Secretary Eduardo Año said that while local chief executives are responsible for maintaining peace and order, they must remain neutral on the ground. Photo by Gerard Carreon/Rappler

Regent Foods: We won’t be cowed by Vico’s 'threats'

Nov 19, 2019 - 12:50 PM

'The Mayor’s mind is already made up on an unjust quid pro quo,' says the snack manufacturer as it refuses to heed Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto's call to drop charges against some striking workers

Arrested laborers freed after Vico Sotto helped them post bail

Nov 19, 2019 - 7:59 AM

(UPDATED) With a cut in pay for a 16-hour shift that barely gives them time to eat or pee, the striking workers tell Rappler how it is to live with dangerous packing machines

FREE AGAIN. Detained Regent Food Corporation workers walk out of the Pasig City Police headquarters with their supporters after Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto helped raise money to bail them out on November 18, 2019. Photo by Lisa Marie David/Rappler

'They're not criminals': Vico Sotto backs arrested workers in labor strike

Nov 17, 2019 - 12:26 PM

'These people are not criminals. They are fighting for what they believe to be just,' says Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto in defending workers who held a strike against Regent Foods Corporation

WITH WORKERS. Vico Sotto sides with arrested workers in a labor dispute with Regent Foods Corporation. Rappler screenshot.

Pasig court charges 23 in Regent Foods picket dispersal

Nov 09, 2019 - 7:31 PM

(UPDATED) At least 20 union workers of Regent Foods Corporation, two Defend Job Philippines members, and a bystander are charged with physical injury, resistance and disobedience, and alarm and scandal

ARRESTED. Police on November 9, 2019 arrested union workers at the Regent Food Corporation. Photo by Defend Job Philippines