The supermarket scorecard

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We analysed the supermarkets’ policies and practices on human rights in their supply chains and asked whether supermarkets are transparent and accountable in the ways they ensure that workers’ rights are respected, small-scale farmers are prosperous and resilient and the women who produce our food are treated fairly.

Three steps to a supermarket scorecard:

1. We examined supermarkets' policies and practices

2. Looked for behaviour that protects workers, farmers and women

3. Gave each supermarket a total score out of 100%

 
1907
1908
Ahold
5%
17% 12%
TRANSPARENCY
19%
WORKERS
17%
FARMERS
19%
WOMEN
14%
Albertsons
8%
5% 3%
TRANSPARENCY
8%
WORKERS>
8%
FARMERS
4%
WOMEN
0%
Aldi North
1%
5% 4%
TRANSPARENCY
13%
WORKERS
0%
FARMERS
8%
WOMEN
0%
Aldi South
1%
19% 18%
TRANSPARENCY
31%
WORKERS
19%
FARMERS
17%
WOMEN
10%
Costco
6%
10% 4%
TRANSPARENCY
8%
WORKERS
21%
FARMERS
8%
WOMEN
0%
Edeka
1%
1% 0%
TRANSPARENCY
0%
WORKERS
0%
FARMERS
4%
WOMEN
0%
Jumbo
0%
16% 16%
TRANSPARENCY
25%
WORKERS
21%
FARMERS
13%
WOMEN
5%
Kroger
0%
3% 3%
TRANSPARENCY
4%
>WORKERS
4%
FARMERS
4%
WOMEN
0%
Lidl
5%
9% 4%
TRANSPARENCY
21%
WORKERS
6%
FARMERS
8%
WOMEN
0%
Morrisons
5%
16% 11%
TRANSPARENCY
17%
WORKERS
38%
FARMERS
8%
WOMEN
0%
Plus
11%
8% 3%
TRANSPARENCY
8%
WORKERS
17%
FARMERS
4%
WOMEN
0%
Rewe
1%
13% 12%
TRANSPARENCY
25%
WORKERS
8%
FARMERS
17%
WOMEN
0%
Sainsbury's
18%
27% 9%
TRANSPARENCY
25%
WORKERS
42%
FARMERS
21%
WOMEN
19%
Tesco
23%
38% 15%
TRANSPARENCY
42%
WORKERS
58%
FARMERS
21%
WOMEN
29%
Walmart
17%
23% 6%
TRANSPARENCY
21%
WORKERS
21%
FARMERS
17%
WOMEN
33%
Whole Foods
2%
3% 1%
TRANSPARENCY
0%
WORKERS
4%
FARMERS
8%
WOMEN
0%
0-20%
21-40%
41-60%
61-80%
81-100%