Ley de Transparencia de CA
AFP advanced food products llc believes that respect for human rights, compliance with employment and environmental laws, food safety, and the fight against corruption are demanding and mandatory requirements for us and our suppliers. As part of this belief, we are committed to fair labor practices within our supply chain.
To ensure that our contractors and vendors respect and enforce our company standards, we expect that they certify that they are not using slave or forced labor or victims of human trafficking. Because we believe that we work with companies that share our commitment to corporate social responsibility we have not adopted a program that calls for regular verifications or audits of their compliance with this commitment. If we learn that a contractor or vendor is failing to live up to this commitment, we will pursue an investigation including an audit of their operations, corrective actions, including alternate sourcing if necessary.
We continuously train our employees according to corporate purchasing best practices and policies. This includes specific training on the risks of slave or forced labor or victims of human trafficking in our supply chain. If an employee does not live up to our best practices and policies, we provide additional training or take appropriate corrective action.