House Foods America disclosure regarding anti-slavery and human trafficking

As of January 28, 2019

House Foods America Corporation (HFA) is committed to conducting its business in a lawful and ethical manner and expects our suppliers to conduct themselves in the same manner. The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires disclosure of particular efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking. HFA will not tolerate human trafficking or slavery in any part of our organization.

In an effort to prevent slavery and human trafficking, we have implemented a policy against such activities in our supply chains. . To evaluate compliance, HFA’s purchasing teams who manage a supplier relationship arranges for the audit of certain facilities of selected suppliers every one (1) to two (2) years. HFA analyzes our supply chains in order to evaluate address risks of slavery and human trafficking inherent in those activities.

Members of the HFA’s purchasing teams and other relevant employees will continue to be provided with in-person and online training. The training covers the Policy and its importance to our business.

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