Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Industria de Alimentos
The group has repeatedly tried to form unions in Colombia for workers of Panamco, a Colombian Coca-Cola bottling company, and have documentation of many members or leaders being murdered, kidnapped, and tortured by right-wing paramilitary groups such as the AUC in order to prevent unionisation. They are a central focus of the ongoing Coca-Cola boycott movement  prevalent across college campuses worldwide (see criticism of Coca-Cola).
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- ^  Amnesty International (AI) report 27 August 2003 - fear for safety of SINALTRAINAL vice-president Juan Carlos Galvis
- ^  AI report 23 September 2005 - fear for safety of SINALTRAINAL member José Onofre Esquivel Luna
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