Purchasing Charter

The Purchasing Charter sets out the principles shared with suppliers to achieve best practices in the supply chain, taking into consideration our Legal, Ethical and Environmental obligations. 

Environmental Protection

Monkfield Nutrition Limited will work with suppliers to put in place programs to improve energy efficiency and reduce and limit the impact of their activities on the environment. We are committed to procuring products that are sourced from legal and sustainably managed forests and agriculture.


Health and Safety

The supplier complies with applicable occupational Health and Safety Regulations and provides a work environment that is safe and conducive to good health, to preserve the health and social wellbeing of employees and prevent accidents, injuries and work-related illnesses.


Security in the Supply Chain

Monkfield Nutrition Limited will employ best practices and work with, where possible, accredited CTPAT (Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) partners, highlighting the importance of protecting the supply chain from criminal activities such as drug trafficking, terrorism, human smuggling, and illegal contraband.


Fair competition

Business with suppliers will be conducted ethically and with transparency whilst complying with relevant local rules and Data Protection (GDPR) requirements.


Bribery and Corruption

Monkfield Nutrition Limited will report to the relevant legal or tax authorities any attempts by organisations to bribe their employees and officials or, attempt to carry out any fraudulent or illegal transactions against the Company.


Modern Slavery

Monkfield Nutrition Limited will not work with suppliers who condone the use of forced or child labour to manufacture products or supply services.


Conflict Minerals.

Suppliers must comply with Section 1502 of the 2010 U.S. Dodd Frank Act and the E.U 2021 Conflict Minerals Regulation. Conflict minerals are described as tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold.

Jo Wise

Managing Director

Monkfield Nutrition Limited