Corporate reports and policies

Sustainability Report

Costa 2022 Sustainability Report and previous reports are available here.

Modern Slavery

Costa has published its third Modern Slavery Statement, covering the calendar year December 27, 2021 to January 1, 2023.

The Statement, which has been lodged on the Modern Slavery Statement Register, outlines the ongoing actions we are taking to address and mitigate the risk of modern slavery within our operations and our supply chain, and where possible identify areas of improvement in our approach to human rights. View the Modern Slavery Statement.

Quality Assurance

Costa never compromises on the safety and quality of our produce. We see quality assurance and quality control as among our most important roles in providing industry leadership. Read more.

Dam Safety

Costa takes seriously its commitment to the highest possible safety standards. In accordance with the Dam Safety Act 2015, administered by Dam Safety NSW, we have submitted the Annual Dams Safety Standards Report 2023

Workplace Gender Equity Report

Costa has a strong commitment to gender equality and providing opportunities that enable women to reach their full potential. The company promotes gender diversity as an important strategic and cultural factor to achieve business objectives across the organisation. To achieve greater diversity, Costa is committed to ensuring that talent is nurtured and developed effectively. Read more.

Workplace Gender Equity Report

Trading and horticulture produce terms

Costa’s trading terms are available here. Our Supplier Code of Conduct articulates Costa‚Äôs expectations and requirements for all suppliers.

Corporate Policies

View and download our Corporate Policies