california transparency in supply chains act of 2010 disclosure in compliance:
Super Center Concepts, Inc. dba Superior Grocers is committed to conducting its business in a lawful and ethical manner. Superior Grocers expects that its vendors also conduct themselves in such a manner. Superior Grocers requires its vendors to sign a vendor agreement which includes a Code of Conduct which prohibits, among other things, slavery and human trafficking in its supply chains.
As a condition of doing business with Superior Grocers, vendors are required to agree, but not certify, that they shall not use any form of slavery or human trafficking in their supply chains. Vendors also are required to agree prior to doing business with Superior that any subcontractor used in the manufacturing or distribution of any product sold to Superior Grocers complies with the same standards.
If Superior Grocers determines that a vendor or its contractors have failed to comply with the foregoing, Superior Grocers will be entitled to return all products on hand for a full refund and to cancel all unfilled orders at no cost. Superior Grocers does not verify or audit directly, or through third parties, its vendor or vendor subcontractor facilities used to manufacture, process, or distribute merchandise.
The Company does not conduct training on human trafficking and slavery for company employees, management, or contractors or establish specific internal accountability standards for them.