groceries clothing review

FIND OUT ABOUT GROCERIES CLOTHING

Who Founded Groceries Clothing?

Robert Wade Lohman and Karl Lindner

Where Is Groceries Clothing Based?

LOS ANGELES (CA), USA

Year Founded

2009

B-Corp?

No

groceries clothing review

WHAT ABOUT GROCERIES’S CLOTHING?

Where Is Groceries’s Clothing Made?

USA.

What Materials Are In Groceries’ Clothing?

GOTS certified Organic cotton; Natural Hemp; Eucalyptus Tencel lyocell; spandex; All-natural Dyes containing carrot top waste / pomegranate + iron / coffee grounds / Weld flowers / hand dipped indigo.

WHAT ABOUT GROCERIES CLOTHING’S ETHICS?

Ethics, Pricing and Charity Work?

Is Groceries Clothing Ethical?

Yes. Groceries only offer non-toxic, recycled, and organic fibres, and they continue to research new innovative materials. Their ethos is clear, in that they support small farms, localised manufacturing (all materials are sourced locally and garments are manufactured locally), fair working conditions (no certifications/accreditations mentioned however) and living wages, and utilising non-toxic, post-consumer ingredients.

Impressively, they use only natural plant-based or food-waste dyes in their garments. We like how you can shop for an item ‘by ingredient’ on their website too. 

Is Groceries Clothing Expensive?

From $38 for their Tencel Eucalyptus tank top, or an organic cotton crop top, to $138 for a limited edition 100% organic cotton unisex pullover hoodie.  

Is Groceries Clothing Involved with Charities?

No, nothing specific is stated on their website.  

How DoesGroceries Clothing Measure Up?

ENVIRONMENT

Carbon Footprint Offset ✔
Ethical Material Sourcing ✔
Sustainable Materials ✔
Eco-friendly Dyes ✔

PEOPLE

Human Rights ✔
Fairtrade (Equivalent) ✗
Transparent Supply Chain ✔
Inclusivity Promoted ✔

ECONOMIC

Fair Pay ✔
Fair Pricing ✔
Giving Back ✔

ANIMALS

Uses Animal Skins ✗
Ethically Source Materials ✔
Vegan Certified ✗

CULTURE & FUTURE

Eco-positive Culture ✔
Know Their Limitations ✔
Eco-positive Plans ✔

FEEL LIKE GROCERIES TICKS ALL THE BOXES FOR YOU?

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