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21 Sep 2021

Lidl responded

13 September 2021

In our business activities, we take responsibility, respect and protect the fundamental rights of all stakeholders in the different stages of our supply chains. We are therefore committed to corporate due diligence and engagement for better working conditions and strengthening human rights within the framework of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

We insist on fair treatment, fair wages and working hours, and health and safety through our written Code of Conduct, which further obligates our business partners to implement these social and environmental standards. Our Code of Conduct is part of our legally binding agreement and applies to the entire supply chain. As part of our corporate due diligence, we continuously and systematically review potential risks such as human rights violations in the supply chains of our own-brand products and take remedial action where necessary. If we have specific facts about violations of our regulations, we investigate and take appropriate action.

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