Supply Chain Transparency
In 2010, the California Legislature enacted the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (Civil Code §1714.43) which requires each large retailer in the state to disclose "its efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from its direct supply chain for tangible goods offered for sale."
Lunardi's Supermarkets believes the world would be better place without slavery and human trafficking. This is a serious problem in certain parts of the world and certain industries (for instance, garments made in Asia). However, we are not aware of grocery products made or produced with such labor.
We encourage organizations and individuals that work to eradicate slavery and human trafficking to inform us of any products we sell that are produced with slave labor or labor resulting from human trafficking, and we will make inquiry with those suppliers and take appropriate action.
Lunardi's reserves the right to verify products, audit suppliers, require suppliers to certify its goods, maintain set standards and specially train staff in order to ensure that products sold are not the product of slavery or human trafficking.