This policy relates to section 54 of The Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the policies and actions Good Club have implemented and are continuing to implement, to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking does not take place within our business, within the businesses of those we partner with or within any part of our supply chain.

Good Club is a business bound to and led by it’s values. Our mission is to help everyone live more sustainably, and to help create a world where affordable food does not come at the expense of the welfare of the environment, animals or humans.

Good Club has implemented a number of internal policies to ensure we conduct our business ethically, with integrity and transparency. These consist of:

  1. Our Business Conduct Policy. Good Club is committed to full compliance with the Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code, which consists of the following criteria:

    1. Employment is freely chosen

    2. Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining are respected

    3. Working conditions are safe and hygienic

    4. Child labour shall not be used

    5. Living wages are paid

    6. Working hours are not excessive

    7. No discrimination is practised

    8. Regular employment is provided

    9. No harsh or inhumane treatment is allowed

  2. Our Buying Policy

  3. Our Supplier Policy

  4. Our Recruitment Policy

Policy Measurement

We will measure the effectiveness of our policies to validate that no modern slavery and/or human trafficking practice is not taking place within our business or supply chain and to ensure that:

  • No reports are received from employees, the public, or law enforcement agencies to indicate that modern slavery practices have been identified.

  • We discover no evidence of modern slavery practices when conducting our introductory and ongoing due diligence checks with both existing and new suppliers.

  • None of our producers and/or suppliers are the focus of articles, campaigns and/or investigations from pressure groups, publications and/or law enforcement agencies in relation to the practice of modern slavery.

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