Anti-slavery policy


2023/2024 Modern Slavery Statement


This statement is designed to satisfy the requirements of Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”), by setting out the approach of the Streetfoodmarkets to modern slavery, human trafficking, forced labour and labour rights violations in its supply chains.

We continue to take our responsibility to prevent modern slavery and trafficking within our supply chain seriously.


Our status, operations, and supply chain


● Streetfoodmarkets Ltd is registered limited company 10128013 (England and Wales)
● We work in various cities, mainly London connecting street food with people via various mobile food vendors.
● This statement relates to the Streetfoodmarkets Ltd.
● Streetfoodmarkets Ltd has a diverse and substantial supply chain, with the public sector carried out both centrally and is guided by its corporate policies.


Current Procurement policy and processes


● Suppliers are evaluated on criteria including their approach to risk; environmental sustainability; health and safety; modern slavery and safeguarding.
● We require our suppliers to maintain their standards while supplying us. We have a variety of channels both internally and externally facing which facilitate the raising of concerns over supplier behaviour.


Identifying and Managing Risk


● With over 40 suppliers, delivering a wide range of goods and services, we use a structured approach to ensure that the high-risk categories and that relevant and proportionate due diligence is carried out to ensure that risk can be identified and appropriately managed.

– Indoors venues, events services, public realms, festivals
– Building operations (including security, cleaning, catering)
– Temporary labour providers.

● As part of the Streetfoomarkets Ltd due diligence process, the supplier approval process will incorporate a review of controls undertaken by the supplier.


Managing Risk and Adherence to The Act


Our standard supplier contract and grant agreements include modern slavery and human trafficking undertakings. We expect our supply chain to respect and comply with all applicable laws, including The Act, and under our standard contracts and grants, Streetfoodmarkets Ltd reserves the right to terminate its arrangements with a supplier which is found to be in breach of The Act.


Social responsibility and human rights


● Streetfoodmarkets Ltd is committed to respect for human rights and to acting in a socially responsible manner in our operations and programming. All our work seeks to support and respect the protection of human rights and to ensure that staff, offices and supply chains are not complicit in human rights abuses.




● We recognise the importance of ensuring all our staff understand how modern slavery manifests itself and how to report when it does. This is especially relevant to the Streetfoodmarkets Ltd.


Next steps


Streetfoodmarkets Ltd is committed to continuous improvement in this area and will review and monitor and, where necessary, enhance our standards, policies and procedures, as well as improve the training and communications about The Act.


Organisational Declaration


This statement is made pursuant to Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. The statement was approved by the Board of Trustees of the Streetfoodmarkets Ltd on 16 February 2024 and signed on its behalf by the Managing Director and CEO Kojo Smith

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