Manufacturers Supply Chain Statement
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires that retailers and manufacturers disclose efforts to eliminate human trafficking and slavery in supply chains. As a retailer, we fully support the promotion of human rights and rely on our franchiser to regulate their supply chain before their products reach our stores. As a result, we do not:
- Require verification activities to identify, assess, and manage the risks of human trafficking in our product supply chain;
- Audit suppliers in evaluating compliance with the company’s standards for trafficking and slavery in our supply chains;
- Require our direct suppliers to make certifications regarding that the materials in products comply with laws regarding human trafficking and slavery;
- Have internal procedures for determining whether employees or contractors are complying with company standards regarding slavery and human rights;
- Engage with specified training regarding human trafficking and slavery and mitigating risk within the supply chain.