We expect our suppliers to share our high standard of business ethics and we work with those that act in a socially, environmentally and economically responsible manner.
We consider the members of our supply chain important business partners on the ESG journey and expect that our suppliers do business ethically, protect our products and support the goal of long-term sustainable supply by proactively addressing known business, environmental and social risks. To ensure suppliers follow our standards, we share our vision through the Post Holdings Supplier Code of Conduct and corporate Code of Conduct, which establish our supplier policies related to:
- Legal Compliance & Business Ethics
- Fair Labor Practices and Workplaces
- Forced Labor, Child Labor, and Human Trafficking
- Free Association and Collective Bargaining Rights
- Wage and Hour Laws
- Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability (EHS&S)
- Respectful Workplace
- Reporting Ethical Concerns
- Human Rights
- Product Safety and Quality
- Gifts and Entertainment
- Confidentiality and Privacy
Adherence to this Supplier Code of Conduct is mandatory for each supplier and its supply chain with Post Holdings reserving the right to inspection as specified within terms and conditions. The links here provide access to information that is important for our suppliers to know about doing business with Post Holdings, Inc. Questions about this information or other Supplier related inquiries may be submitted via the Contact page.
Human and Labor Rights
As a global corporate citizen, we are committed to upholding individual human rights. We recognize that respect for human dignity is an important foundation for all of our operations and activities. We conduct our operations with respect for the human rights and interests of our employees and similarly we respect the legitimate interests in our third-party business relationships. We comply with all applicable wage and hour laws in all of our operations. We recognize employees’ right to freedom of association and collective bargaining. We have a zero-tolerance policy for the use of child labor, forced labor or human trafficking practices. We expect our business partners, including suppliers, consultants, contractors and subcontractors, to uphold all widely recognized global standards.
Post is dedicated to partnering with the best suppliers and is an advocate of Supplier Diversity. At Post, we value cultivating strategic procurement relationships with minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses that provide high quality and cost-effective products and services and support these businesses to compete on an equal basis with all other bidders.