The McDonald’s supply chain is a complex web of direct and indirect suppliers. We manage this complex system by working with direct suppliers who share our values and vision for sustainable supply. We hold them to clear standards for quality, safety, efficiency and sustainability. We expect them to extend those requirements to their suppliers. We also partner with them to identify, understand and address industry-wide sustainability challenges and achieve continuous improvement. Overall, McDonald’s and our suppliers are collectively focused on three areas of responsibility: ethics, environment, and economics. We expect employee safety and well-being to be a priority throughout our supply chain, and we support our suppliers' efforts in various ways. That is true of the suppliers we work with here in Canada, where we buy 85% of our products, as well as the suppliers we work with in the US. For example, in April, 2007, McDonald's USA, its produce suppliers and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) agreed to address wages and working conditions for farm workers who pick Florida tomatoes that are served in McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S. We hope this answers your question.