California Supply Chains Act Disclosure
C.H. Guenther & Son, is committed to conducting all aspects of its business in a socially acceptable manner. This includes preventing the use of human trafficking and forced labor to directly or indirectly manufacture any products, ingredients, packaging, or other items for our business operations. However, at this time we do not require our suppliers to certify that they are not engaged in human trafficking or using forced labor or to verify that they evaluate and address the risks of human trafficking and the use of forced labor their supply chains In addition, we do not conduct audits of our suppliers to evaluate their compliance with our Company Code of Conduct against human trafficking and forced labor in supply chains and we do not require direct suppliers to certify that materials incorporated into products comply with the laws regarding slavery and human trafficking of the country or countries in which they are doing business. Our Company Code of Conduct requires employees to comply with all laws prohibiting human trafficking and force labor domestically and around the world. All employees have received and signed off on the Company Code of Conduct and there are internal accountability standards and procedures for employees who fail to abide by the Company Code of Conduct. We have not yet conducted specific training for those directly involved in our supply chain management on human trafficking and slavery. In the near future, we will begin asking our suppliers to self-certify that they are not engaged in human trafficking or forced labor. It is also important to note that over 90% of our raw ingredient supply is sourced from U.S. suppliers.