When we asked for resources for kid’s clothing companies that don’t use sweatshops, we started a pretty serious conversation about what companies truly have ethical processes. Our best resource was the owner of Bloom in Ithaca. She gave us these resources:
1. Teres Kids
The clothes from Teres Kids are organic and Made in the USA (not the territories.)
2. Kiwi Industries
Kiwi Industries makes all their clothing in a factory in New Mexico which pays their workers a living wage and provides childcare.
3. Joah Love
Joah Love has simply gorgeous clothing.
4. LA-made City Threads.
Based right here! City Threads has cute things all made in the U.S.A.
Unfortunately, having cruelty-free clothing is only half of the problem. Molly’s Suds is a laundry detergent company that also ensures that all of their products are animal and people cruelty-free, including no sweatshops. Their products are allergen free and have no fillers.
Molly’s Suds products are *better* than DIY products. Why? Because DIY products typically have an Arm and Hammer baking soda base — which is synthetic.
The ingredients in Molly’s Suds are food-grade. Molly’s Suds also has a very exclusive “A” rating from the Environmental Working Group.
Molly’s Suds’ products actually work – for your laundry, for the Earth, and for our global community.
What’s better? Molly’s Suds has sponsored this post with a generous donation to Fayye Foundation, and agreed to give one of you a big box to try!
Happy shopping and washing!
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Kendall Hoover is a web content and non-fiction editor who helps bloggers make money on their blogs, and improve their pagerank. She is also Secretary of Fayye Foundation and is passionate about pre- and postpartum care for mothers. She is a military spouse and mother to one toddler son, so when she’s not reading or writing, she’s the project assistant on elaborate Lego projects.