OUR APPAREL IS MADE WITH
Conventional cotton SUCKS.
On average, it takes more than 700 gallons of water to make one t-shirt from conventional cotton. That’s the amount of water one person would drink over a 2.5 year period.
In addition, conventional cotton production is responsible for 16% of total insecticides worldwide and 7% of pesticides, while only taking up 2.5% of the world’s arable land.
By choosing organic cotton, we used zero harmful chemicals or pesticides while also saving over 500 gallons of water for every shirt we produced. We also used 62% less energy, and had 70% less acidification potential than conventional cotton shirts.
Owner's Name: Agendra Sanjeev
Number of Workers: Over 20
Why we chose this factory:
Our partner in India is a small one that only has a few regular customers. Therefore, their attention to detail is surprising. Agendra pays his employees a fair wage, and double for voluntary overtime.