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SUSTAINABILITY

Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do.
But what does it mean?

It presumes that resources are finite and should be used conservatively and wisely with a view to long-term priorities and consequences of the ways in which they are exploited.
In simpler terms, sustainability is for our children and our grandchildren, and the world we will leave them.

OUR TRANSPARENCY

We do our best to have the most sustainable supply chain possible; from the raw material to when the product is delivered to your door.

That way, you can know exactly where the clothes your kids wear come from.

DESIGN

The design of our collections is made by our team in Montreal, Canada. The colors are meticulously selected by us. All our prints are made by local graphic artists. This makes the uniqueness of our 4KIDS clothes.

We oversee all the details to make sure our garments have the longest life possible. Proud promoters of ‘’slow fashion’’, we do production in small batches to avoid waste.

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RAW MATERIALS AND FABRIC

How plastic bottles are transformed into 4KIDS clothing

Organic Cotton is better for the planet and for your child

MANUFACTURING

Our products are made in India. But why India?

Over the years, India has emerged as one of the world leaders when it comes to plastic recycling. 80% of plastic PET bottles are recycled and reused, which is more than Japan, USA and Europe. By choosing India, we have an easier access to recycled plastic bottle threads that we use for our garments.

India is the home of sustainability's flag-bearer in the garment manufacturing sector. We had the chance to find our supplier, a family business since 1979, who shares the same values and beliefs as we do; build an environmentally responsible supply chain that leaves less of a trace for future generations.

Fairly and ethically made

Our supplier is certified SA8000/BSCI, an international standard for decent working conditions including:
- No child labour, No forced labour, No excessive working hours, Proper living wage, No discrimination, Safe working environment
- HR management system, Freedom of association and right to collective bargaining, Medical camps, Development of working women, Support to handicape children

Earth-friendly production and factory

Environmentally Friendly Dyes

The dyes we use are Oeko-Tex Certified, meaning they are non-toxic and free from harmful chemicals.

Solar Powered Factory

Our supplier installed a 50 KW solar plant that supplies power to the whole factory. This significantly reduces their environmental impact, as this renewable and clean energy erases production of pollution and harmful greenhouse gases.

Water Conservation

The Oeko-Tex dye process is water-efficient and treats waste effluents, as well as capturing and reusing water during the washing processes. The factory also works for an efficient and responsible use of water by minimizing the wastage in the production processes.

TRANSPORTATION

Plastic Free Packaging

From our supplier to us, the garments are packed in recycled boxes and plant based compostable bags.
From our office to your door, we use a 100% recycled and recyclable paper mailers printed with Algae Ink or plant based compostable bags.

WE OFFSET OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT

We do our best to use transportation that create less carbon emission.
We offset our carbon footprint with our partner Cloverly, a company that fund the world’s best climate crisis solutions.

When you place a 4KIDS order you can offset the carbon emission it will produce, in real time!
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GIVING BACK

5% of our profit goes to The Ocean CleanUp

The Ocean CleanUp is a non-profit organization that develops advanced technologies to rid the world's oceans of their plastic. They design and develop cleanup systems to clean up what is already polluting our oceans and to intercept plastic on its way to the ocean via rivers. Their goal is to achieve a 90% reduction in worldwide ocean plastic.

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