July 14, 2020

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Fresh Picked From Local Farms, Delivered to Local Clubs

BJ’s “Farm to Club” Program brings locally-farmed produce to the table

H&M "The Breakup" - A Story About Garment Life-cycle

H&M starts a new and exciting program to close the loop on textile fibers.

That 'Made in U.S.A.' Premium

Manufacturers say consumers' desire for clothing made in the US is often outweighed by a preference for the lower prices. NYTimes.

Better Protection for U.S. Consumers

Peter Tufano, dean of the University of Oxford's Said Business School, offers advice for financial services regulators.

Locally grown clothes go from 'dirt to shirt'

One of our CEO's favorite companies is TS Designs, a small T-shirt printing company in Burlington, N.C. Watch to see why.

'Axe' public sector union rights says IoD

A group of business leaders is calling on the government to scrap national pay negotiations for teachers and health workers.

Track Your T

Track the story of your T-Shirt

What is FAIR about Fair Trade?

Stacy Wagner director of Fair Trade USA, discusses the importance of the Fair trade certification, the impact it has on sustainability and health...

Jonathan Safron Foer Explains Why Hot Dog Makers Won't Eat Hot Dogs on Colbert Report

Safron Foer discusses a reassessment of our food labeling process, and an urging to reconsider the factory farming complex that dominates our nation's...

Zimbabwe farmers help Nigeria

Nigeria's decision to invite former Zimbabwean farmers into the country to farm is already improving the agricultural sector, heavily dependent on food imports



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