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Food is the original medicine, keeping us healthy, active and connected to the earth. The Labour of Love bucket hat celebrates vegetables with a classic vintage feel. Made from heavyweight organic cotton canvas that will last a lifetime, it’s the perfect pick for any vegetable lover.
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Cultivated in the mountains of Northern China, this luxurious textile can be woven soft and fine or thick and durable. Hemp is one of the strongest natural fibres, and its antibacterial, UV resistant properties make it ideal for enduring outdoor garments and accessories.
Hemp is naturally organic and requires no herbicides or pesticides. It’s a high biomass crop that uses 50% less water than conventional cotton and sequesters large amounts of carbon, trapping 1.63 tonnes of CO2 per tonne of hemp harvested. Simply put? Hemp threads help our planet.
Handpicked with care, organic cotton creates threads that are uniquely strong and velvet soft to the touch. Conventional cotton fibres are damaged before they’re even processed, degraded with harsh chemicals and roughly machine harvested. Organic cotton is the new standard in cotton clothing.
A tee made from regular cotton uses 2,168 gallons of water, where organic cotton uses just 186 gallons, 80% of which comes from rainfall. Pesticide and chemical-free, organic cotton is hypoallergenic, produces 46% less CO2 and guarantees safe working conditions for farmers. If you have a choice, go organic.
The Forest Stewardship Council is dedicated to promoting responsible forest management around the world. With jute string and FSC certified recycled card and kraft paper, your swing tag can go straight from your hand into your Subpod.
Made from recycled plastic bottles, our tags size up well against virgin polyester – one of the highest polluting fabrics available. Recycling PET to make our tags stops plastic bottles from polluting our oceans and rivers.
Are you ready to retire your old school compost system, or create a world without waste? Join the community and discover just how easy and rewarding composting can really be.
Subpod is an in-ground compost system and worm farm. Compost worms and microbes live inside Subpod and turn all the materials you feed them (food scraps, paper, coconut peat) into rich compost. Over time, nutrients from the compost will feed your garden soil and help your plants thrive.
Subpod began with a simple idea: make composting a part of everyday life. We believe that if we can do that, we can teach people to love the soil their food comes from, and make the world a little bit better together.