Supply Chain - Thai Dragon

Supply Chain Transparency

At Flying Trade Group PLC, we believe in treating everyone with fairness, dignity, and respect. As
a privately-held, family-owned company, we are committed to promoting and advancing respect for
human rights across our entire value chain, from farms to our suppliers’ factories and our own
workplaces. With a history spanning more than 30 years, we are dedicated to embodying the Five
Principles of Quality, Responsibility, Mutuality, Efficiency, and Freedom every day, as we strive to
foster shared growth and opportunity in the communities we impact.

Our objective is to collaborate with suppliers who share our principles-based approach to business
and uphold human rights in their workplaces. Our global human rights strategy encompasses efforts
within our own workplaces, as well as throughout our first-tier suppliers and extended supply
chains. To achieve this, we work closely with experts to identify critical human rights issues present
in the extended supply chains of key agricultural materials, such as cocoa, palm oil, and fish. Our
engagement with first-tier suppliers is based on our Supplier Code of Conduct.

Our Supplier Code of Conduct is founded on the principles of the International Bill of Human
Rights, the International Labour Organization’s 1998 Declaration on Fundamental Principles and
Rights at Work, and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. It
outlines the human rights standards we expect our first-tier suppliers to uphold, with specific focus
on eliminating forced labor and modern forms of slavery. Prohibiting the use of all forms of forced
labor, including prison, trafficked, indentured, or bonded labor, is central to our Code’s principles.

To ensure the integrity of our supply chains, we conduct verification of supply chains using publicly
available data from third-party sources, including the UK Department of Labour, United Nations
Development Program, public media, civil society reports, and analysis from human rights risk
analytics experts. This comprehensive risk assessment helps us determine specific actions required
from suppliers, which may involve third-party validated assessments or long-term collaborations to
address identified issues.

In addition to risk verification, we conduct audits of suppliers to evaluate how they manage human
rights risks associated with specific geographies or commodities. Our Next Generation Supplier
program takes responsible sourcing to a new level by focusing on engagement and support for
suppliers to drive positive impact in their workplaces.

We require all first-tier suppliers to align with our Supplier Code of Conduct, including its
provisions on forced labor. Our agreements with suppliers explicitly include these expectations. To
ensure compliance, we may request suppliers to complete self-assessments, disclose relevant
policies, or undergo announced and unannounced on-site audits, including worker interviews, as

Internally, we maintain accountability standards through our own programs and assessments,
consistent with the expectations outlined in our Supplier Code of Conduct. Our Board of Directors
is regularly informed of our human rights plans and performance.

At Flying Trade Group PLC, we firmly believe that upholding human rights and eradicating forced
labor are essential pillars of ethical and sustainable business practices. We remain dedicated to
driving positive change in our supply chains and creating a better future for all those impacted by
our operations

Supplier Code of Conduct

Flying Trade Group PLC Supplier Code of Conduct articulates their social, environmental, and
ethical expectations for suppliers. It contains globally aligned standards and is rooted in
international law.

In sharing our Code of Conduct with their first-tier suppliers, Flying Trade Group PLC make our
expectations clear, aligning our suppliers with their standards and ensuring that they work with
partners that share their beliefs.

Their code covers the following topics:

In parallel with our code, Flying Trade Group PLC also provides supporting guidance to every