The code explains the behaviors expected while working for Monsanto, and reinforces the shared values through practical examples.

The Code does not create separate standards for different groups. It applies equally to all employees, officers and directors of Monsanto, as well as all of our subsidiaries worldwide.

Further, we expect all of our suppliers, consultants, agents, sales representatives, distributors and independent contractors to uphold similar standards. We aspire to do business only with third parties that have a reputation for integrity. In essence, anyone representing the Monsanto name or working on our Company’s behalf is expected to act consistently with our Code.

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