The REWE Group has set targets to make its supply chains fairer, achieving three of them in 2020: The REWE Group has incorporated all production sites in high-risk countries into a social improvement programme, developed a children’s rights policy and carried out a forced labour risk analysis. By 2025, a grievance mechanism for the relevant supply chains will be established, and all strategic suppliers and production facilities will participate in a capacity building training programme by 2030. In consultation with businesses and stakeholders, the REWE Group wants to promote a living income and to certify 100 percent of its key raw materials. These aims have been achieved for fish, coffee, cocoa, palm oil, fruit and vegetables and tea, with cotton, textiles and orange juice set to join them by 2025. The certification process for natural stone is being rolled out on an ongoing basis.