Commitment to Human Rights

Sysco believes all people deserve to work in a safe environment with fair treatment. Our dedication to responsible sourcing is unwavering. We will continuously improve our processes to fulfill our commitment.

Sysco’s Commitment to Human Rights

Sysco has demonstrated a longstanding commitment to improving practices throughout the food supply chain to reduce the risk of safety and human rights violations. For nearly 15 years, Sysco has implemented an industry-leading Social Responsibility Program that we continually review and improve to address new and emerging challenges and gaps. Our latest improvements can be found here.

LATEST NEWS

Sysco’s commitment to preserving human and labor rights is far-reaching and we have engaged extensively with the media, elected officials, and other organizations to help create a robust social responsibility program. Our goal is to continuously improve our program while also with our industry partners to create guidelines and best practices that best serve our global community and supply chain also while providing consumers with quality products at a fair price.

April 2024: Draft press release on coalition/auditing program

March 2024: Welcome Fisheries

January 2024: Dalian Haiqing Investigation

December 2023: Sysco Discontinues Business Relationship with Chishan Group

SYSCO CONGRESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS

LINK TO LETTER TO REP. HUFFMAN

LATEST NEWS

Sysco’s commitment to preserving human and labor rights is far-reaching and we have engaged extensively with the media, elected officials, and other organizations to help create a robust social responsibility program. Our goal is to continuously improve our program while also with our industry partners to create guidelines and best practices that best serve our global community and supply chain also while providing consumers with quality products at a fair price.

April 2024: Draft press release on coalition/auditing program

March 2024: Welcome Fisheries

January 2024: Dalian Haiqing Investigation

December 2023: Sysco Discontinues Business Relationship with Chishan Group

SYSCO CONGRESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS

LINK TO LETTER TO REP. HUFFMAN

DOCUMENT LIBRARY

Sysco has demonstrated a longstanding commitment to improving practices throughout the food supply chain to reduce the risk of safety and human rights violations. First and foremost, we expect all our suppliers globally to uphold the highest standards of human rights as outlined in Sysco’s Supplier Code of Conduct (SCOC) and described in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, the Conventions and Recommendations of the International Labor Organization (“ILO”), and the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.

The SCOC requires all suppliers, regardless of location, to allow Sysco (and its representatives and agents) unrestricted access to their facilities and to all relevant records at any time, without advance notice. This is designed to monitor compliance with our SCOC.


SUPPLIER CODE OF CONDUCT

United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, the Conventions and Recommendations of the International Labor Organization (“ILO”)

ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

DOCUMENT LIBRARY

Sysco has demonstrated a longstanding commitment to improving practices throughout the food supply chain to reduce the risk of safety and human rights violations. First and foremost, we expect all our suppliers globally to uphold the highest standards of human rights as outlined in Sysco’s Supplier Code of Conduct (SCOC) and described in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, the Conventions and Recommendations of the International Labor Organization (“ILO”), and the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.

The SCOC requires all suppliers, regardless of location, to allow Sysco (and its representatives and agents) unrestricted access to their facilities and to all relevant records at any time, without advance notice. This is designed to monitor compliance with our SCOC.


SUPPLIER CODE OF CONDUCT

United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, the Conventions and Recommendations of the International Labor Organization (“ILO”)

ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work