California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010
Sunday January 1, 2012
Raley’s is committed to conducting its business in a lawful and ethical manner. Raley’s expects that its vendors also conduct themselves in such a manner. Raley’s has implemented various policies and procedures in an attempt to prevent human trafficking and slavery in its supply chains.
Raley’s has a verification process which is used to evaluate and address risks of human trafficking and slavery in its supply chains. The verification is not conducted by a third party but rather relies on vendor self-certification.
Raley’s does not currently conduct audits of its vendors to monitor vendors’ ongoing compliance with Raley’s policy.
Raley’s requires most vendors to certify that materials incorporated into their product comply with the laws regarding human trafficking and slavery of the countries in which they are doing business.
Raley’s does not currently provide training on human trafficking and slavery for company employees and management who have direct responsibility for supply chain management. If a training program is developed, Raley’s will maintain internal accountability standards and procedures for employees or vendors failing to meet company standards regarding human trafficking and slavery.