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Sustainability

From Bamboo harvest to your home

The moment our bamboo is harvested, we meticulously map its journey through our supply chain. As parents, we prioritize your little one's well-being and our vetted factory partners share our dedication to quality, ethical sourcing and sustainability. Thats why we partner with CPSIA certified factories ensuring transparency and accountablity at every step.


We believe that consumers should not have to choose between environmentally conscious clothing and comfort; these two things are not mutually exclusive. That's when we discovered bamboo. Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on Earth, regenerating in just three years. Choosing bamboo clothing helps reduce deforestation as it requires minimal land and resources to grow abundantly. This helps preserve natural habitats and protects biodiversity. Additionally, bamboo requires significantly less water compared to other crops, making it a water-efficient choice for clothing production. This ensures that, together, we can conserve one of our planet's most precious resources.

From Harvest to your home →

  • Mature bamboo plant is harvested
  • Processed into bamboo fibre
  • Spun into bamboo yarn
  • Woven into bamboo fabric
  • Cut and sewn for your little one

Ethical Labor Practices

Fair Wages

A fundamental aspect of ethical labor, this means that workers are compensated appropriately for their time, skills, and contributions. Our partners pay wages that meet or exceed legal standards, ensuring workers meet their basic needs and maintain a decent standard of living.

Safe Working Conditions

Our manufacturing partners prioritize the safety and well-being of workers by providing a safe and healthy working environment. This includes measures such as proper ventilation, adequate lighting, ergonomic equipment, and adherence to safety regulations.

No Forced Labor or Child Labor

Ethical labor practices strictly prohibit the use of forced labor or child labor. This means that workers are not coerced into working against their will, and children are not employed in any capacity that interferes with their education, development, or well-being.