On January 1, 2012 the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 went into effect in the State of California. The intent of the law is to eliminate human trafficking and forced labor from product supply chains. The law will help consumers recognize those companies that are maintaining the dignity and respect of employees in their supply chains.
Ingomar Packing Company, LLC is committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations. Use of forced or illegal labor is unacceptable in the Ingomar Packing Company supply chains. Ingomar has been a responsible California processor of tomatoes for more than forty years and we continue to strive to provide only the highest quality tomato products to our customers. In order to uphold the quality of our products, Ingomar strategically maintains relationships with suppliers that meet our high quality standards.
Ingomar has developed a qualification process for our suppliers. Suppliers must certify that they comply with all laws related to slavery and human trafficking in the countries in which it does business. Further, the producer or provider of goods and materials used by our suppliers in products sold to Ingomar must comply with any laws related to trafficking and forced labor in the countries in which they do business. Suppliers that do not meet Ingomar standards will be given an opportunity to improve to meet our standards. If suppliers cannot meet or attain a level that allows Ingomar to maintain our high quality standards, the relationship may be terminated.
As a responsible organization, we maintain standards, procedures and written policies to act as guidelines for our employees. These guidelines apply to all levels of the organization. Ingomar Packing Company believes and is dedicated to upholding the safety, health and welfare of all persons and public.