California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

Busseto Foods fosters a culture of food safety, legal compliance and corporate responsibility both internally as well as with companies we partner with. Busseto Foods has measures in place to ensure that suppliers comply with the laws against slavery and human trafficking:


Busseto Foods is committed to fair labor standards in our supply chain. Busseto Foods may periodically conduct random verification of our suppliers to evaluate the potential risks of violating anti-slavery and human trafficking laws.


Busseto Foods may require our vendors to provide certification of compliance with all applicable laws and regulations prohibiting slavery and human trafficking.

Supplier Audits

Busseto Foods reserve the right to conduct announced and unannounced audits of suppliers by ourselves or through third party vendors.

Internal Accountability

Busseto Foods maintains accountability standards and procedures for our suppliers that fail to comply with applicable laws and regulations, including slavery and human trafficking. Failure for any supplier to comply with the law(s) set forth, may result in corrective action up to and including termination of all existing and/or future business by Busseto Foods.


Busseto Foods provides training for members of management who have direct responsibility for supply chain management, demonstrating how to identify signs of potential human trafficking and slavery within product supply chains.