Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy Introduction

Native Natural is committed to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking in its business operations and supply chains. This policy outlines our commitment to comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 of England and Wales and sets forth the steps we will take to identify, prevent, and address any instances of modern slavery within our organization and our supply chain.

Policy Statement
Native Natural prohibits the use of forced labor, slavery, and human trafficking in any part of its business. We are dedicated to upholding and promoting human rights and ensuring that our activities do not contribute to modern slavery or human trafficking in any form.


  • Board of Directors: The Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring that the organization complies with the Modern Slavery Act and for overseeing the effectiveness of the anti-slavery and human trafficking program.
  • Employees: All employees are required to familiarise themselves with this policy and report any concerns related to modern slavery and human trafficking promptly.
  • Supply Chain Partners: Native Natural will engage with suppliers, contractors, and business partners to communicate our expectations regarding anti-slavery and human trafficking measures. We will work collaboratively to address any identified risks in the supply chain.

Risk Assessment and Due Diligence
Native Natural will conduct regular risk assessments to identify and evaluate potential risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chain. Due diligence will be carried out on suppliers to assess their compliance with the Modern Slavery Act, and contractual agreements will include provisions requiring adherence to ethical labor practices.

Training and Awareness
Employees at all levels will receive training on the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking within our business operations and supply chain. The organization will raise awareness about modern slavery issues and inform employees about the reporting mechanisms available for concerns related to slavery and trafficking.

Reporting Mechanism
Native Natural encourages the reporting of any concerns related to modern slavery and human trafficking. Employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders can report concerns through established channels, ensuring confidentiality and protection against victimization.

Continuous Improvement
Native Natural is committed to continuously reviewing and improving its anti-slavery measures, responding to changing risks, legislation, and best practices.

Compliance and Monitoring
Regular monitoring and audits will be conducted to ensure compliance with this policy and the Modern Slavery Act. Non-compliance will result in appropriate disciplinary action, including termination of contracts or employment.

This policy will be communicated to all employees, suppliers, and stakeholders. It will also be publicly available on our website.

Review and Amendment
This policy will be reviewed annually and updated as necessary to ensure its effectiveness and compliance with current laws and standards.

This Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy demonstrates Native Natural commitment to eradicating modern slavery and human trafficking from its operations and supply chain.