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A flippin’ success

March 8   I’ve never traveled to the UK, but I’ve always been fascinated by the spelling and lexical differences that exist between British English and American English.   For example…   In the US, when I drive to the bar to have a glass of beer, I park in the parking lot. But when…

do the can can

March 1   Happy Friday, everyone! And happy March 1st!   We’re capping things off this week with some local love.   A few days ago, Boulevard Brewing Co. announced its newest upcoming side venture, a line of products called “Fling Craft Cocktails.” The canned cocktails are all-natural, gluten-free, and made with spirits from three…

No More Paper Cuts

February 28   Hold the phone, everybody! McCormick has been named one of two finalists in the Business Transformation Operation Excellence (BTOE) Award Program. This award honors organizations who modernize outdated processes and transform manual business practices through digital efforts.   Kintone is a data management workflow software that allows users to automate manual processes.…

Cheers, forefathers!

February 27   Broker’s Gin is crafted with a no-nonsense approach, down to the ingredients. It’s this serious take on gin that we, as promoters of the brand, pride ourselves in and something that sets Broker’s apart from the many other top-shelf gins. Broker’s sticks to the original 200-year-old recipe of our forefathers because we…

Day Trippin’

February 21   Day trips are fun. They offer the benefits of a vacation without the hassle of added lodging and transportation expenses. When you’re inspired by the spark of adventure, it’s good to have a handy list of places close by that are worth exploring.   Earlier this week, the travel site Tripsavvy posted…

Pop! Goes the Wedding Drink

February 19   *The following verse should be sung to the tune of Pop! Goes the weasel*   🎶 Just a couple of raspberry bits A hefty a pour of 360 Honey, lemon juice, muddle and shake Popped! Goes the wedding drink 🎶   I write this nursery rhyme parody in celebration of a recent…

Gotta Ibotta

February 13   Remember the extreme couponing craze that swept the nation? Torrents of segments poured into local news stations featuring scissor-happy moms who held up grocery checkout lines and whose laundry rooms were stocked like a supermarket with shelves of hand soap, laundry detergent, liter sodas, and whatever items the deals led them to…

99 Bottles of Booch on the Wall

February 8   Have you ever heard of Kombucha (pronounced kom-BOO-cha)? It’s a lightly fermented tea drink that has gained popularity among the natural food market for its numerous health benefits. Chief among these healthy perks are improved digestion, reduced stress, and increased energy. Personally, I enjoy the taste of kombucha. When made right, it’s delightfully…

No Ordinary Garage

February 7   The garage in the marketing house looks like an ordinary garage. There are shelves stocked with miscellaneous this-and-thats and countertops littered with work-in-progress projects. But there’s also magic lurking in every corner.   At the marketing house, the garage is a sacred space. It’s where we create content. We turn a house…

Leather Bound Triple Crown

February 5   There’s a ruggedness to leather crafting just as there’s a ruggedness to whiskey and bourbon making. The artists of both trades approach the process with patience and care to detail, and let’s be honest … they get their hands dirty. So, when I noticed a local, Kearny-based artist had crafted a leather…

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McCormick Distilling Co., Inc. is a distilled spirits company located in the United States, doing business in the domestic and certain foreign markets. We comply with federal, state, and foreign laws regarding labor practices wherever we operate.

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) (“Act”) seeks the elimination of slavery and human trafficking from product supply chains and requires that large companies who do business in California disclose their efforts toward the elimination of slavery and human trafficking. The information below relates to our efforts to comply with the Act.

1.) The vast majority of our suppliers are located in North America, principally in the United States, and in the European Union. To the best of our knowledge and belief, no supplier to our company, whether located within or without the United States, has ever been accused of engaging in forced labor or human trafficking.

2.) We reserve the right to audit our suppliers’ operations to ensure compliance with the Act. Currently, audits are not regularly performed by the company or an independent third party.

3.) Our purchase orders and supplier contracts will now contain an express representation that each supplier will comply fully with all applicable laws prohibiting human trafficking and slavery and that any violation of such laws is cause for immediate termination of our contracts and orders. We will terminate our contract with any supplier found to be in violation with our policy on human trafficking and slavery.

4.) To further our efforts to eradicate human trafficking and slavery from our supply chain, we have now asked suppliers to return a signed statement to us acknowledging that they support the elimination of forced labor and human trafficking.

5.) Our Employee Code of Conduct requires that company personnel try to ensure we work only with reputable suppliers. Employees annually affirm their compliance with our Employee Code of Conduct, but we have no formal training related to the issue.

Our Commitment
The United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 require companies to disclose their efforts to mitigate the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking in their supply chain. Modern slavery and human trafficking are the use of forced, compulsory or trafficked labor or anyone held in slavery or servitude. As a responsible corporate citizen, McCormick Distilling Co., Inc. is committed to actions that will mitigate the risk of modern slavery in our business. In addition, we expect our vendors, suppliers, and contractors to have the same commitment.

Our Controls
McCormick Distilling Co., Inc. is committed to implementing and enforcing controls to prevent modern slavery in our business and in our supply chain. We have regular contact with our vendors, suppliers and contractors. Our contracts with vendors, suppliers and contractors require compliance with all applicable laws. If necessary, we will engage with third parties to assist us in evaluating our supply chain. Any concerns relating to noncompliance with this statement are investigated promptly and appropriate actions will be taken based on the findings of the investigation.

Our Training
We support our commitment and controls by providing training to our employees. The training is designed to create awareness around the problem of modern slavery and to help employees identify the sign of modern slavery in our supply chain.