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 Learn about our Supplier Diversity Program, Corporate Governance, Disclosures and more. 



McCormick seeks to contribute to the economic growth of a diverse business community. Our Supplier Diversity Program (SDP) enables us to develop relationships with qualified, diverse businesses that meet our high standards for quality and cost effectiveness.


We are open and honest in business dealings both inside and outside the company. We serve our customers, consumers, suppliers and communities in accordance with the highest standards of business ethics.


McCormick is in favor of transparency in product labelling and we are strong supporters of efforts to establish a uniform national standard in the United States for labeling bioengineered foods and ingredients that applies throughout the country. Many of our products have always been Non-GMO and in continuation of this history we have included Non-GMO labels on McCormick branded herbs, spices and extracts in the U.S. Additionally, we’ve successfully transitioned over 80% of our U.S. Gourmet Line to Organic and Non-GMO Project verified. We agree with the scientific consensus, as established by highly reputable organizations such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the European Food Safety Authority, and the World Health Organization, that bioengineered crops are safe and nutritious. But we also recognize that consumers in some markets prefer foods and ingredients that are not made with bioengineered ingredients, and thus we will continue to take steps to ensure that we are able to meet that consumer preference throughout our line of products. In addition, we will in the future ensure that any of our products that contain bioengineered ingredients will be disclosed accordingly.

Transparency in Coverage Rule

This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed- amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.