CA Supply Chain
Dalix believes in the importance of ethical sourcing in supply chain and is committed to continuous improvement. We strongly value the relationships that we have developed with our vendors. Built on a foundation of honesty, trust, and sound business practices, we know this is the correct path.
Dalix Management Employees who manage our manufacturing supply chain receive training on our Supplier Code of Conduct ("Supplier Code") and audit requirements. We currently do not use independent third-party auditors. We periodically conduct announced on-site audits of our manufacturers. We do these audits as needed and every year or other year. Dalix begins with an audit for manufacturers before ordering products, and we require all of our suppliers to meet the standards in our Supplier Code as a condition to do business with Dalix. We require our suppliers to comply with supply chain standards, which, among other things, include laws regarding slavery and human trafficking. Dalix supply chain management employees are subject to internal accountability standards, which include disciplinary measures up to and including termination, for failing to follow Dalix requirements regarding our audits. This statement is submitted pursuant to the California Supply Chain Transparency Act (2015).