Taylor Fresh Foods and its subsidiaries are committed to the highest standards of ethical and legal business conduct. We hold our company, contractors, suppliers and vendors accountable to:
- respecting civil and human rights
- providing our workers with fair wages and a healthy, safe work environment
- protecting our environment
- making a positive impact on our communities
We believe that people are our greatest asset. We have high expectations for our employees and operate in a culture of respect and trust. We are committed to providing equal opportunities for all and opportunities for advancement from within. We abide by all local and national laws related to discrimination in hiring and employment practices on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, national origin or any other protected class. We abide by all local and national laws regarding legal age of employment, or younger than 15 where no minimum employment age exists. We promote and maintain a workplace free from discrimination, harassment, human trafficking, slavery, employment of minors and abuse through education, communication and training.
Our commitment to high quality fresh foods begins with our raw product suppliers. Our Food Safety and Compliance (FSC) team ensures traceability of our ingredients to the grower/ranch/lot name/location/and lot codes. Prior to an onsite assessment by our FSC team, the supplier must submit a signed supplier acknowledgment to ensure compliance with all state/Federal laws related to human welfare and environmental management, state/federal food safety laws, and Taylor Farms required food safety management and disclosures.
An onsite supplier assessment is conducted by our FSC team on an annual basis. These assessments allow visibility into supplier compliance with all state/Federal laws related to human welfare and environmental management, state/federal food safety laws, and their adherence to Taylor Farms required food safety management and disclosures. The FSC employees are trained on how to evaluate at risk suppliers through a documentation review of legal and food safety compliance. In the event that a supplier does not meet Taylor Farms Supplier Acknowledgement requirements, a correction action plan is put in place depending on the severity of the violation. Taylor Farms has a Zero Tolerance policy for human trafficking and slavery, and high-risk food safety violations.