Food Sustainability

LRQA can support global food organisations and their suppliers to help make their supply chain more transparent and responsible. Supply chains are increasingly complex, and understanding and mapping your supply chain is where LRQA can start to help.

Then, we can help you set up a bespoke programme that allows you to monitor your suppliers, assess risk across your supply chain and help you identify improvements and best practise. The sustainability of the food supply chain is also becoming increasingly important. LRQA can help you build and implement a programme that will demonstrate your commitment to transparency and sustainability throughout your supply chain. LRQA also offers industry-recognised standards and schemes which prove an organisation’s commitment to best practice

Food Sustainability Services

SA 8000

This internationally-recognised standard assures fair and humane workplaces, and can help organisations demonstrate commitment to social compliance, accountability and continual improvement.

SMETA

This global scheme is designed to support responsible sourcing practices and sustainable production systems.

ISO 26000

ISO 26000 is an international guidance document on social responsibility which is based on seven key principles of social responsibility: accountability, transparency, ethical behaviour, respect for stakeholder interests, respect for the rule of law, respect for international norms of behaviour, and respect for human rights.

ISO 37001 anti-bribery management

This global standard helps organisations implement controls to prevent, detect and address bribery and promote an ethical business culture.