The C2C Portal features this interesting article about Bonkeli Design, a Swedish firm producing Cradle to Cradle children’s wear:
“This is the first time a c2c product is being launched on the Swedish market, and the first line of c2c children’s wear in the world,” says Jeppe Larsen, co-founder of Bonkeli design.
The shirts are made of the c2c optimised cotton fabric from the German producer Trigema, the same material introduced in the documentary ”Food=Waste”. This means that once the clothes are worn out, the waste is not regarded as junk. Throw it onto the compost pile or bury it in your vegetable patch – either way it will end up as valuable nutrients in the life-cycle of nature.
Read the full story HERE
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