California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 became effective on January 1, 2012. This law requires that companies disclose their efforts to address risks of slavery and human trafficking in its supply chain for tangible goods offered to sale. This policy covers required disclosures in compliance with this act.

Ventura Coastal (“the Company”) prides itself on our safe and ethical business operations. We are committed to a sustainable business foundation. We believe sustainability is directly linked to respect for people and operating ethically.

Commitment to Quality, Food Safety and Our Environment

Ventura Coastal is committed to continual improvement in providing products and services that meet or exceed our customer's quality expectations.

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Privacy Policy

The privacy and security of personal data collected from future (“applicants”), current, or prior employees is important to Ventura Coastal (“the Company”). It is equally important to understand how the Company handles this data.

This privacy policy covers the Personal Data the Company collects, how this data is used and shared (if at all), how Personal Data is stored, and individual rights in relation to the collection of Personal Data before, during or after employment with the Company. This policy also describes how an individual can access, modify, and if needed, request deletion of Personal Data as well as how Personal Data is handled by any third-party data processors.

Any questions or concerns related to this policy should be directed to