To support this objective, we invest time, energy and resources into ensuring that we operate to the very highest standards of global manufacturing and food safety. Here is a selection of our key policies for reference. But if you need information about anything not mentioned here, please do get in touch.
Corporate Responsibility at Chaucer
Responsible business is built on its people. At Chaucer Foods our people are recruited not only for their skills and expertise, but also for the qualities they bring to our company culture, including integrity, fairness and high standards of ethical conduct.
We are proud to have evolved an environment that embraces high standards and responsible conduct, as this shapes the way we do business and engage with our employees, customers, stakeholders and the wider communities in which our operations have an impact.
We have an open and transparent approach to our customers. One of the ways we can have a positive impact on the environment and on the communities in which we operate is by helping customers to achieve their objectives.
We offer support in a variety of areas of corporate responsibility. If you have an idea about how we could help you to achieve yours, please get in touch.
As a Sedex AB member, we maintain high standards of ethical and responsible business performance. This includes striving to ensure all our employees are treated with respect, fairness and equality of opportunity.
Policies are in place across all our sites to support employees and ensure responsible treatment in the workplace, together with procedures for seeking and taking corrective action in the event of events or conduct that falls below the standards we expect.
We recognise the importance of supporting the communities in which we operate, and believe we have a valuable and responsible role to play in community life.
This includes match fundraising for local causes, sponsorship and community engagement events, and free time support.
As a major subsidiary of a Japanese listed company, we are compliant with J-Sox, the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law, a scheme which aims to enhance public confidence in a business’s financial conduct by requiring control frameworks to support internal and external activities.