Since 2002, we have adopted and continually developed a Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) program, which defines the principles and standards we expect to be met by all those who grow and supply tobacco for PMI. These principles and standards focus on three areas: how to improve working conditions on the farm, how to address the impact of tobacco farming on the environment, and how to make tobacco farming profitable and sustainable.
What steps are we taking to reduce the environmental footprint of tobacco farming around the world?view more
We partner with others to make a lasting impact.
No single company can address the range of human-rights issues faced by so many farming communities around the world, but by collaborating with NGOs and local communities, we can help protect the lives of those most in danger of exploitation.
Preventing the exploitation of migrant workers in tobacco farmingview more
Discover how PMI is fighting against human trafficking and modern day slavery. Read more about the Mekong Club agreement.view more