Ethical Stamps

You'll find these ethical stamps on our products, but what do they really mean? Here is some information that explains in more detail what these amazing organisations are doing to help make change all around the world.


The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) is a not for profit organisation dedicated to the improvement of working conditions in the supply chain, with factories audited against the BSCI base code. When you see this symbol it means the product meets these standards.
World Fair Trade Organisation strives to improve the well being of producers in the developing world, campaigning for justice through 10 standards of Fair Trade. When you see this sign it means that the product meets those standards.
Fair Trade cotton pays farmers on average 30% more, look out for this sign.
This means the product is entirely Made in Africa from cotton to finished garment.
This is certified organic by the Soil Association under Global Organic Textile Standards, which means that the product meets organic standards from field through manufacture and in storage.
Organic cotton is certified, it protects farmers, their families and the environment by using sustainable farming, this means the plants are grown without the use of harmful fertilisers and pesticides and are not genetically modified. These chemicals are not good for the health of the workers, the environment and the organisms that depend of the surrounding plant and soil.
This symbol means that fabrics are tested and verified using the Oeko- Tex standard 100 to ensure no harmful substances or dyes are used at any stage of production or left as a residue on the fabric.
The SA8000 standard is a common code of social compliance, based on the principles of the International Labour Organisation, United Nations and national laws, and supports sustainable implementation of polices and procedures that protect the rights of workers. When you see this symbol it means the product meets these standards.
When you see this symbol it means the product meets the Soil Association Organic Standard.
Fair Trade Federation members support farmers and artisans in developing countries through Fair Trade practices.
Fair Wear Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that works with companies to improve labour conditions for garment workers.