Miller of Choice: we aim to manage environmental impacts, make sustainable improvements every year, look after people and be a good corporate citizen.
Behaving in an ethical way, using properly sourced sustainable resources where practicable and working with customers and suppliers to comply with good, fair trading practices.
We are committed to free and fair competition and we will compete strongly but honestly, complying with all local competition laws, bribery and other unethical practices are prohibited and we work with our customers and suppliers to ensure employment conditions in the supply chain meet recognised standards. Allied Mills is registered with Sedex www.sedexglobal.com. Sedex offers a simple and effective way of managing ethical and responsible practices in the supply chain under four key areas: Labour Standards, Health & Safety, The Environment & Business Ethics.
Recognising and reducing the impact our business has on the environment, from emissions and energy use to minimising waste and reducing road miles.
Allied Mills identifies and manages its impacts on the environment, is committed to legal compliance, continual improvement, protection of the environment and pollution prevention; energy efficiency and CO2 reduction are key objectives for the business. More details can be found in our Environmental Policy, all sites are certified to ISO 14001.
Whether sponsoring children’s activities, raising money or donating products for good causes, or supporting our people who engage in activities that benefit the communities in which we operate.
Allied Mills strives to be a good corporate citizen through the support of appropriate projects across a range of organisations and charities in the local community.
Health and Wellbeing
Manufacturing wholesome, high quality, safe products and labelling our products with clear nutrition information to allow consumers to make informed choices.
We recognise that customers and consumers confidence in the quality and safety of our products is essential. To this end a high priority is placed on all aspects of food and feed safety, more details can be found in our Quality, Food and Feed Safety Policy, all sites are certified to FEMAS, AIB and BRC Global Standard for Food Safety.
Labelling complies with new Food Information regulations.
Low sodium mixes have been developed and other projects e.g. high fibre are ongoing at James Neill’s Belfast.
Our industry body nabim via www.grainchain.com provide teaching resources free of charge, designed to teach children; where grain-based foods come from, the nutritional value of grain-based food and how to cook with grain-based food. The Food Advisory Bureau the consumer branch of nabim also has lots of nutritional information for bread and flour and the enormous contribution they can make to a healthy balanced diet.
Great Place to Work
Creating an environment where personal safety, engagement, trust, respect, learning and responsibility combine to enable our people to live our Values of Pride, Performance, People and Pace.
Our employees are our most crucial resource; we are committed to offering equal opportunities to all people in their recruitment, training and career development. The company does not tolerate sexual, mental or physical harassment in the workplace and respects human rights and the interests of our employees. Allied Mills are committed to training and developing staff and brief employees on all relevant matters on a regular basis.
Allied Mills considers Occupational Health and Safety of equal importance to that of any other function in the business, is committed to the prevention of injury and ill health and takes full account of its legal and ethical responsibilities to provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions for its employees, visitors and contractors, more details can be found in our Occupational Health and Safety Policy, all sites are certified to OHSAS 18001.
Wellbeing is also on the Allied Mills agenda.