It is impossible to make an ethical choice if you don’t know where clothing comes from and how it is made. Very few people do these days, even high-street stores themselves. At Rapanui you can investigate the whole supply chain and find out the details about where this item was made, who made it, and how it got here, from Seed to shop. It is called traceability.
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Our EJF Bee Vest Top has an average rating of 5.0 out of 5
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Love it :)
I love this top, looks great and helps to get the message across. Thanks for the handwritten thank you message on my receipt too, made me smile! I will definitely be buying from you in the future, always on the look out for ethical fashion. Keep up the good work! :)
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Just as your crisps tell you they have high fat or salt content, or your light bulbs tell you if they're efficient or not, we think the high street should clearly, honestly tell you how clothing is made.
After all, it’s not that people don’t care about this stuff, it’s just they don’t know. And it’s hard to find out.
Our EJF Bee Vest Top has an Ecolabel rating of A
Our ecolabels basically sum up the whole picture. So an organic t-shirt ethically made in a wind powered factory, where you can trace the origins too, gets an A. One that’s made from a less sustainable material, in a conventional factory with ok ethics but unclear origins, well, that’ll get a C or a D. Really, this is the job for governments, but since they’re not doing it, and we’re not prepared to wait, we launched our own. Turns out you guys care, and responded by buying loads of our A rated stuff. Unfortunately, we still have a few shelves full of D rated pants at the warehouse. But we can’t complain, that’s the whole point: To empower you to make a choice, to turn sustainability into a market force.
‘A consensus is growing that certain pesticides used in food production across the globe are a key piece in the complex puzzle of dramatic declines in honeybee and other pollinator populations - and as plants can’t reproduce without pollinators, declining bee populations are a critical issue that threatens not just our environment, but our economy and way of life.'