Prioritising people

We don't believe planning for the future of the planet should only focus on our environmental impact. We also believe it's about supporting people: from parents who are navigating their way through the weaning journey, to those who help to make our delicious and nutritious food.

Ethical trade

We believe our responsibility for our products extends to those who bring our tasty ingredients to life. We are committed to supporting the welfare of our workers, improving their working conditions and ensuring responsible business practices are used. We encourage our suppliers to undergo third-party audits and to share the results so we can identify opportunities for improvement and raise labour standards.

Modern Slavery Policy

We have a zero-tolerance policy to modern slavery - forced labour, child labour, servitude and human trafficking - and combating it is an important focus for us. Our modern slavery risk assessment reviews how our suppliers are performing across labour standards, health and safety, environmental management and business ethics.

Our Modern Slavery Statement outlines our policies on addressing human rights issues in our supply chains.

Fighting climate change with suppliers

With the threat of climate change reducing global agriculture productivity by 17% by 2050, we have a responsibility to help our partners prepare for what changes these conditions could bring.

Since 2019, we have been working with our Madagascan pineapple supplier on a three year project to train their smallholder farmers in good agricultural practices. More than 120 farmers have participated in organised workshops, run by our partner, learning about new techniques that will improve yields such as soil preparation and disease prevention methods. Over the next two years, our aim with these workshops is to ensure that over 80% of the farmers that attend the sessions understand what they have learnt and that 50% adopt the new techniques.