Our focus areas: our supply chains

Together with our suppliers, from large businesses to smallholder farmers, we are working hard to build more equitable, ethical and sustainable supply chains.

What really matters

Respecting human rights and labour rights: because when you respect people, treat them with dignity and make sure they can make a good living, you can build mutually beneficial relationships.

Addressing modern slavery: it is a global issue that requires global action.

Increasing traceability and transparency: so that we, our customers, and concerned consumers can make choices and take action to address common issues, based on quality, sustainability and ethical factors.

Improving farming: working together with farmers and nature to help develop more sustainable farming practices, now and for the future.

Improving standards in our suppliers’ factories: tackling ethical, environmental and safety issues.


Why we take action

  • building fairer supply chains is always the right thing to do for a responsible business;
  • it is the best way to reduce risks in our supply chains, including ensuring security of supply; 
  • understanding our suppliers' current and future needs helps us make the right choices together; and 
  • it is an opportunity to do things even better and ensure long-term value for all our stakeholders.

To learn more about the work we do in our supply chains please read our Responsibility Update or click on the case studies below.

Responsibility in action: our supply chains

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