SORSO is a food company based in the UK.


Modern Slavery takes various forms, such  forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking, all of which have in common the deprivation of a person’s liberty by another in order to exploit them for personal or commercial gain.

Our policies in relation to slavery and human trafficking

We aim to offer healthy, nutritious, safe, and high quality products to our consumers. We will do this whilst applying fair practices in terms of human rights, non-discrimination, child labour, forced and compulsory labour, rights of association, anti-corruption, anti-competitive behaviour as defined by the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and the International Labour Organization (ILO). We act with integrity, loyalty, honesty, and in full compliance with all applicable laws.

We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships as it is of fundamental importance that there is no slavery or human trafficking taking place in our business.

We take great care to build open, long term, sustainable and honest relationships with our supply partners, to enable us to have a clear view of our supply chain so that any issues can be highlighted and addressed and resolved jointly to eliminate any risk to all parties involved in the manufacture of SORSO. 

Employee Training and Responsibilities

To further ensure compliance with this act, the teams responsible for supplier engagement are made aware of this act and statement, our responsibilities, and the code of conduct which is how we do business.

The prevention, detection and reporting of modern slavery in any part of our business is the responsibility of all those working for us. Employees must not engage with any activity which could breach this policy. Employees must notify a member of the Executive Team as soon as possible if they believe, suspect, or have concerns, that a conflict with this policy has or may occur.

Key Employees are trained on a periodic basis, when deemed necessary on the statutory requirements from a Modern Slavery perspective. 


Employees who breach this policy will face disciplinary action. Moreover we will seek to terminate our relationship with organisations working with us if they are found to be in breach of this policy.


SORSO is committed in working only with ethical suppliers that follow our high standards. We require other parties to ensure that no slavery or human trafficking is taking place within their business.

Any concerns or potential evidence of slavery or untoward practices will be raised immediately to the Executive Board.

We implemented a programme to contact our suppliers to informally check, as far as possible, that they are similarly committed to good practices in relation to their workforce and contractors.

Future Plans and Targets

SORSO will further roll out internal training to ensure that temporary agency contractors, maintenance contractors are compliant with Modern Slavery Policy.