Anti-Slavery Policy


Grace Foods (UK) follows a ‘Good Citizen’ policy across all markets in which it operates. This requires the Company to comply with all local laws and regulations, in fact and in spirit. We require all local suppliers of goods and services within that market place to meet the same obligations.

Grace Foods (UK) sources products from suppliers with sites across the world. Every effort is made to ensure products are manufactured and processed in sites that meet the required standards of Health and Safety, and Quality.

As part of Grace Foods (UK) compliance processes each manufacturer and processor of a product is required to complete a supplier assurance questionnaire for the site at which the product is manufactured or processed. This requires the supplier to confirm it meets the legal obligations within its domestic market place as regards: -

1.       Employment is freely chosen

2.       Local laws covering the minimum age of employment are enforced and enforcement checks are made

3.       Freedom of Association is allowed

4.       Working conditions meet the national legal minimum

5.       Compensation meets or exceeds the national legal minimum

6.       Working hours do not exceed the national legal maximum

7.       Policies exist to protect staff against discrimination within the workplace and a process exists for employees to raise grievances.

No exceptions to these requirements are made regardless of the commercial consequences.

To ensure that our suppliers meet their obligations outlined above Grace Foods (UK) uses a mix of tactics: -

8.       All suppliers of goods are required to complete a Supplier Assurance questionnaire confirming their adherence to the relevant employment and social legislation in their market place.

9.       Purchasing preference is given to suppliers who have, or are in the process of acquiring, accreditation to the internationally recognised quality standards as applied to that market place.

10.   A planned audit programme is underway to confirm that suppliers of product meet or exceed the minimum standards required of them by their national legislation.

11.   If any organisation, association or individual has reason to believe that the site of any supplier fails to observe and enforce all of these requirements then Grace Foods (UK) should be notified as follows: -

·         By e-mail to

·         By mail to the Quality Department, Grace Foods (UK), Grace House, Bessemer Road, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 1HW, England.

·         By phone to 01707 382954/382912

Every effort will be made to protect the identity of those that provide information in good faith.


Registered Office: Grace House, Bessemer Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire.  AL7 1HW. Registered in England No: 94632

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