Supply chain - La Doria Group

Supply ChainOur supply chain follows strict rules
that are consistent with our commitment towards
productive sustainability and corporate responsibility

Each year we monitor our agricultural suppliers in Puglia, Basilicata, Campania and Lazio, on the basis of precise
ethical values.

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health and safety

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freedom of association

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pay and working hours

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child / youth labour (no)

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discrimination (no)

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disciplinary proceedings / abuses (no)

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forced labour (no)

Ethical Principles

We have obtained the ISO 26000 certification from SGS (the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company), which is our current standard of reference for tomato harvest employment contracts.

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We adopt a structured management strategy as regards the chain of our suppliers, in order to verify that their production activities comply with the principles of our Code of Ethics for the issues of human rights, labour practices, and impact on society and the environment.

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We have obtained the ISO 26000 certification from SGS (the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company), which is our current standard of reference for tomato harvest employment contracts.

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Our modern slavery statement




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“The ISO 26000 certification not only identifies the basic issues and the specific aspects of social responsibility, but it also provides a transverse interpretation of them, by means of its request for the enforcement of and the adherence to the seven principles of social responsibility: accountability, transparency, ethical behaviour, respect for the interests of stakeholders, the principle of legality, respect for international norms of behaviour, and respect for human rights.”

Traceability of the supply chain

We have adopted an electronic traceability system based on the use of bar-codes

Intercepting non-compliant products before they arrive on the shelves in order to protect the consumer and ensure the quality of the product

Monitoring production, optimizing the management of raw materials and reducing waste products and wastage

Costs incurred by supplier overseas shipments (Based on 2017 volumes)*

2017
  • Road 19
  • Ship 36
  • Train 45

*Data on the transport of tomato-based products, pulses and ready-made sauces.