Frequently Asked Questions
Important ethical information.
We use two types of t-shirts. Bella + Canvas and B&C.
B&C certified as:
OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100: Certifies that raw materials, intermediate and end products at all stages of production contain no substance harmful to people or to the environment. The B&C Brand is Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified for its T-shirts, polo shirts, shirts and sweatshirts.
B&C is a member of the Fair Wear Foundation. We are committed to implementing and maintaining a Code of Conduct designed specifically for the garment industry.
Bella + Canvas:
Wrap Certified - Corporate Responsibility
BELLA+CANVAS are committed to maintaining and upholding responsible workplace and environmental standards. All US production and office facilities have received Platinum accreditation from WRAP. We only work with partners who share our values of a humane and safe workplace and are in the process of getting all our international facilities WRAP certified as well.
What Is WRAP?
WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) is a globally recognized, independent 3rd party certifying body whose mission is to promote ethical, humane and lawful conditions and practices in all manufacturing facilities. Companies accepted into the WRAP organization go through an extensive application process in which manufacturing facilities, working environments, and worker's rights are inspected and approved by the WRAP association. WRAP certifications are awarded based upon both internationally and nationally accepted humane workplace standards, local laws, and ethical manufacturing regulations.
What Principles Does the WRAP Certification Include?
- Human resources management
- Health and safety standards
- Environmental and eco-friendly practices
- Legal compliance including import/export and customs compliance and security standards
Where are our products printed?
Our products are printed ethically in Glasgow at Wild and Kind Studio, a female focused community interest company, using vegan inks and a 'direct to garment' printer which is the most eco friendly way to print.
Where do the profits go?
100% of the profits made go to Ruby Rebellion a not for profit community interest company whose mission is to 'educate, agitate and empower for gender equity.' One of their main aims is the eradication of period poverty and period shame.