Policies

Purpose of the document This document contains key information relating to volunteers involved in activities managed by IGD It is intended to provide guidance and advice to volunteers on what to expect when volunteering with IGD Volunteers are defined as individuals who are engaged in the delivery of IGD’s charitable initiatives, who are not directly employed by IGD What do volun...
Purpose of this document This document details IGD’s commitments relating to complaints from external beneficiaries and stakeholders. It is intended to be used by beneficiaries and stakeholders in the event that they have a complaint against IGD in relation to its charitable activities. Our policy IGD is committed to providing the highest levels of service to all benefici...
IGD exists to provide thought leadership and supply chain best practice for the Food and Grocery Industry. We provide a forum for discussion, learning and opportunities for improvement and the development and sharing of best practice. Membership in IGD is open to all players in the industry on the basis of non-discriminatory, transparent and objective criteria. The policy of IGD is to ensur...
IGD values its reputation for conducting our business in an honest and ethical manner. Any involvement in bribery would reflect adversely on our image and reputation and we take a zero tolerance approach to bribery and corruption. We are committed to acting professionally, fairly and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships wherever we operate. We will uphold all laws rele...
This policy outlines what IGD expects of members in terms of compliance with relevant competition laws when they are working on supply side projects with a trading partner, or with another supplier with whom they do not compete. Supply side projects focus on issues which may affect the supply chain, such as distribution and wastage. They are distinct from those demand side projects which are mo...