The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 requires companies to disclose efforts to eliminate slavery and human trafficking in supply chains. Out of common sense & caring Oregon Maiden Gift Basket Company works with Pacific Northwest vendors & suppliers compliant with all applicable laws, rules and regulations in the jurisdictions in which we conduct business, including laws related to the prohibition of human trafficking and slave labor. 

As part of our supplier oversight effort to combat slavery and human trafficking in our direct supply chain new suppliers are required, as part of the supplier qualification process, to agree to our established policy that contains prohibitions on forced labor and child labor, and requires, among other things, compliance with applicable laws and regulations relating to working hours, wages and benefits, non-discrimination, working conditions and working environment. Known violators will be boycotted. We count on industry peers, our customers and community to come to us with any concerns over products marketed by

As a regional gourmet food gift basket fulfillment with nationwide delivery we would be focused mostly on suppliers of imported gift basket containers, etc. We are always looking for eco-friendly containers and shipping supplies, however, do not currently engage in detailed actions described in Section 3(c)(1)-(5) (verification, audits, certification, internal accountability and training) of the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act. We’re pretty leery of imported woven baskets and are about to take up basket weaving ourselves, but keep coming full circle back to building our own wooden gift crates that can easily be repurposed around the house!

This statement has been written with the sole purpose of complying with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 and should not be viewed thru any other legal prism. Period.