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Leeds Road, Langley,
Maidstone, Kent ME17 3LT
|Certified since 2003. The LEAF Marque is a farm assurance system showing that food has been grown sustainably with care for the environment.|
|BRC certified since 2002. The Chambers packing facility is on the option 1 unannounced scheme, certified to AA+, the highest possible standard. The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety assists in providing a framework to manage food safety, integrity, legality and quality.|
|Certified since 2001. The Associated Food Standard helps to promote UK fruit and vegetables and assists in keeping us up to date with relevant legal requirements.|
|WB Chambers’ packing facility is accredited by the Soil Association to pack organic produce.|
|Certified to the Gold standard. Nurture ensures world class quality fruit and vegetables for our customers. It is an exclusive, independent quality standard that ensures fruit and vegetables are grown in an environmental and responsible way.|
The Asplins Producer Organisation Ltd is a fruit producing, packing, and marketing co-operative with twelve Members who produce top, stone, and soft fruit across the UK.
W.B. Chambers & Son are one of the largest growers and packers of quality soft fruit in the UK. Operating over 125 hectares of innovative fruit production in Kent, along with state of the art packing facilities for both UK and imported soft fruit, we service the major supermarkets, wholesale and retail markets.
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (section 54(12)) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, with the purpose to tackle slavery in the UK and the associated supply chains of the business. W.B. Chambers is committed to maintaining and improving systems and procedures to avoid complicity in human rights violations, human trafficking and slavery related to our own operations, our supply chain and our produce / products.
We are actively following the Ethical Training Initiative base code (ETI) and the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (SEDEX) ethical trading community; and in November 2017 will be producing our first Slavery and Human Trafficking policy statement for the financial year.
The statement in due course will outline what steps are being taken to ensure that modern slavery is not occurring in our supply chain and our own organisation.