We are a multinational food company specialising in the production of food products made from Mycoprotein™, a nutritionally healthy source of protein. We have global supply chains and recognise that Modern Slavery is a complex supply chain issue. We are committed to working with our Customers, Suppliers and Employees to prevent human trafficking and modern slavery from within our own business and our supply chains. We hold ourselves and our supply chains accountable for complying with the provisions of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
As part of our due diligence processes we internally review our supply chains to evaluate human trafficking and slavery risks and we conduct supplier audits which review all aspects of the supply chain including safety, human trafficking, child labour and other legal requirements.
The company will not support or deal with any business knowingly involved in slavery or human trafficking.
Key personnel within the business are provided with relevant knowledge to fulfil our obligations.
Policies are updated regularly to ensure that they comply with the provisions of the regulations.
Employees are provided with a facility to disclose any concerns that they may have about slavery and/or human trafficking in our organisation or our supply chains by invoking our Whistleblowing Policy.
The Company Directors and Senior Management take the responsibility for implementing this policy statement and its objectives and shall provide adequate resources (training etc) and investment to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is prevented within the organisation and its supply chains.
This statement will be reviewed and published annually.
Kevin Brennan CEO, Quorn Foods Ltd March 2018
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1 Did you know that 73% of Quorn consumers are actually meat eaters?: Source: Kantar Worldpanel
2 Quorn isn’t just for the 6% of the UK population who are vegetarians. From flexitarians, to the third of consumers who are actively reducing their meat intake: Source: Research conducted in 2016 by Forum for the Future and Counterpoint
3 82% of 4-11 year olds like Quorn: Source: Cracked Foodservice Marketing research, commissioned by Quorn, n=100 4-11 year olds with 50% gender split (January 2018) Quorn Dippers versus the market leading chicken dipper and a leading supermarket’s own label chicken dipper product
4 Did you know in taste tests 83% of participants would be happy to switch to Quorn over mince beef?: Source: Quorn Internal Data'Quorn Challenge October 2016–Broomfield Hospital’
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