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Overview

This is the 2022 update to the Supermarket Scorecard, part of the Behind the Barcodes campaign that Oxfam launched in 2018 to expose the economic exploitation faced by millions of small-scale farmers and workers in food supply chains, and mobilize the power of people around the world to help end it.

The Supermarket Scorecard assesses supermarkets’ policies and practices on human rights in their supply chains. We analysed whether supermarkets are transparent and accountable in the ways they ensure that workers’ rights are respected, small-scale farmers are prosperous and the women who produce our food are treated fairly. These are the four pillars of the Scorecard. Each pillar is scored separately, and there is also a total score for each supermarket.

Here you can download the following:

  • Supermarket Scorecard 2022 data [Excel]
  • Global Supermarket Scorecard 2022 infographic
  • UK Supermarket Scorecard 2022 infographic
  • How UK Supermarkets Progressed 2018 to 2022 (Total Scores) infographic
  • How UK Supermarkets Progressed 2018 to 2022 (Transparency and Accountability) infographic
  • How UK Supermarkets Progressed 2018 to 2022 (Workers) infographic
  • How UK Supermarkets Progressed 2018 to 2022 (Farmers) infographic
  • How UK Supermarkets Progressed 2018 to 2022 (Women) infographic

 

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