How we’re tackling human trafficking and modern slavery

October 17th, 2016

In April this year we published our modern slavery statement and policy ahead of the required date so that we could take action and strengthen this vital component of our ethical supply chain. This update outlines the progress we have made in the subsequent six months to minimise the likelihood of unacceptable labour practices occurring in our business or our supply base.

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