25 May '16, 8pm

Would you pay an extra 80 cents on a garment if it meant a living wage for workers?

, for one, wants its workers to get their fair share. Together with BSD Consulting and Switzerland’s Fair Fashion Network , the London-based apparel manufacturer and wholesaler is launching “Fair Share,” a line of certified-organic T-shirts and hoodies with a ring-fenced price premium that benefits garment workers in India. “The price premium of 10p (16 cents) per T-shirt and 54p (79 cents) per hoody is passed along the value chain, from the factory through to the retailer without being marked up, ensuring that the small additional cost at the point of sale is returned to the workers in its entirety,” Mariusz Stochaj, head of product and sustainability at Continental Clothing, explained in a

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/continental-clothings-fair-share...

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