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Grupo Big's response

Author: Grupo Big, Published on: 28 October 2019

Grupo Big reports that it is committed to maintaining its supply chain in compliance with social and environmental legislation. To this end, it maintains an audit program focused on monitoring and investigating its suppliers to certify compliance with current social and environmental laws and the company's Code of Ethics and Compliance. It also develops a rigorous Qualification and Certification Program for all its fruits and vegetable suppliers, which includes a program for pesticide residue risk management for all fruit and vegetable suppliers. The system goes beyond food traceability and provides for on-farm auditing and pesticide residue analysis. Regarding the study in question, it states that all it's Northeast fruit suppliers have globally recognized certificates, such as the Global Gap Risk Assessment of Social Practice, the Global Gap or are audited by WQS.
 
 

This is a response from the following companies: Carrefour