The purpose of this statement is to outline all potential modern slavery risks related to Tims Dairy. The objective is that there is no slavery or human trafficking in our business or supply chains.

We are a privately owned family company specialising in making high quality yogurt and cultured cream products for the retail, foodservice and ingredients sectors.

The success of Tims Dairy rests with the combined efforts of our people. To ensure best performance we constantly review policies and training.


To prevent slavery and human trafficking within our organisation we have the following policies and practices.

  • Equal opportunities policy
  • Harassment at work policy
  • Bribery policy
  • Whistleblowing policy
  • Human rights policy
  • All employees are treated fairly and equally
  • All employees are paid at least the national living wage
  • No one is forced to do overtime. We strive to have everyone working a 40-hour week and do not exceed this unless the business demands we do so and the employee agrees to do so.
  • When employing workers from agencies we only use reputable employment agencies, and always verify the practices of any new agency we are using before accepting workers from the agency


We do not employ anyone under the age of 16 at Tims Dairy. We conduct age verification checks to ensure this policy is applied. We check our supply chain by asking questions in the supplier self-audit questionnaire regarding SEDEX, ETI and employment of children.


Our whistleblowing policy sets out how any employee with concerns is able to report to management without fear of any reprisals.


We undertake due diligence when considering taking on new suppliers and review our suppliers annually. Should non-compliance be identified, we expect our suppliers to agree an action plan to remedy the issue.


This policy will be reviewed by the company’s Board of Directors on a regular basis (at least annually) and may be amended from time to time.

Sign up for the latest from Tims Dairy