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Modern Slavery Statement

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At General Daily News, we are committed to ethical business practices, transparency, and social responsibility. This Modern Slavery Statement outlines our commitment to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking in our operations and supply chain.

Our Business

General Daily News is a CBD blog committed to providing accurate and informative content related to CBD and vaping. While our operations may not have an extensive supply chain, we recognize the importance of promoting ethical standards throughout our business practices.

Our Commitment

We condemn modern slavery and human trafficking in all its forms and are dedicated to taking steps to ensure that such practices are not present within our organization or associated with our activities.

Supply Chain Assurance

Given the nature of our business, we have conducted a thorough assessment of our supply chain to identify any potential risks related to modern slavery. As of our last assessment in [insert date], we can confirm that:

Policies and Training

To ensure awareness and compliance with our commitment to preventing modern slavery, we have implemented policies and procedures for our employees. This includes:

Due Diligence

We will continue to assess and address the risk of modern slavery within our operations and supply chain regularly. This includes ongoing monitoring of our suppliers and their practices.

Reporting Incidents

General Daily News encourages the reporting of any concerns related to modern slavery within our operations or supply chain. Reports can be made confidentially to [].

Review and Updates

This statement will be reviewed annually to ensure its ongoing relevance and effectiveness. Any necessary updates will be communicated through our official channels.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns about our Modern Slavery Statement, please contact us at [].

Thank you for your support as we strive to uphold ethical standards and contribute to the eradication of modern slavery.

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