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Frequently Asked Question!
For a bag to carry the Cotton FAIR-TRADE Certification Mark the cotton farmers must meet Fair-trade Standards. The production, from the growing and processing of the cotton to the manufacturing of the bag has to be complaint with the Fair-trade Cotton Standard.
We can make any product with fully Fair-trade cotton using our bespoke service. Just get in touch for more details.
We can produce Fairtrade cotton bags with the Cotton Fairtrade Certification Mark to your specification – just get in touch for more information.
Please see our Eco-Ethical Guide, giving further information about the environmental and ethical credentials of our product and company.
The cotton in our eco-print factory is non organic. As organic cotton is in such short supply, we would not be able to guarantee stock levels and price stability if we solely relied on this fibre.
For products using Organic cotton, please make an enquiry via our bespoke service.
Reusing a cotton bag drastically reduces your carbon footprint, supports well paid and safe labour, and prevents harmful plastics entering the eco system.
The manufacturing process of plastic bags is ecologically damaging, unlike cotton or jute, which are made from sustainable crops, grown under rain-fed conditions and are unbleached and undyed, minimising the environmental impact.
After use, plastic bags get discarded and can enter rivers and the sea, where they kill our marine and bird life. A branded, natural cloth bag will degrade naturally to dust and in doing so, will help to save our planet.
Yes. Most of our bags are screen printed with ISO 14001 (International Environmental Standard), water based inks. We recycle waste ink to further reduce the impact on the environment. This is the most environmentally friendly way of printing.
For digital printing we use a transfer based system, which is less environmentally friendly in that it incorporates a paper transfer however there is no waste produced into the water stream.