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05
May
17

BGREEN | ORGANIC. FAIR TRADE. MADE IN USA.

BGreen

B Green has been at the top of the list when anybody asks: Where can I buy under garments made in the USA? 98% of underwear is made in the USA, and over the years many US companies have off-shored their operations to China. B Green is great in many ways: 1) It is organic – better for the planet and better for your own heath – that is if you believe that foreign made factories put chemicals into your clothing which is absorbed by your body; 2) is very high quality – which means it will last for years; and 3) B Green is not an over-producer that floods the planet with over supplied products that eventually fill our landfills. B Green are great looking and the most comfortable  underwear I have ever owned. They make under garments for both men and women.

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Organic, Fair Trade, Made in the USA apparel made with your comfort and our planet in mind, inhouse the first and only Fair Trade Certified factory.

Source: BGREEN | ORGANIC. FAIR TRADE. MADE IN USA.

We believe that there’s no better reflection of our true selves than the way that we interact with the world. In short, we Are what we Do.

Our design aesthetics are governed by the belief that simplicity, elegance and comfort are beautiful, in fact timeless. we use sustainable fibers and eco-friendly production processes to reduce our impact on the environment.

We also believe that you can only get to a good-end, through good-means. We are proud to produce our garments at America’s First Fair Trade Certified factory. The men and women who make our clothes are a vital part of our team. By treating them with the dignity and respect they deserve, we strive to empower them and be a positive force in our community—local, national, and global alike.

We want our products to reflect our company’s values and we work hard to make sure these values are aligned with the conscious consumers we proudly call Our Customers.

We believe that there’s no better reflection of our true selves than the way that we interact with the world. In short, we Are what we Do.

Our design aesthetics are governed by the belief that simplicity, elegance and comfort are beautiful, in fact timeless. we use sustainable fibers and eco-friendly production processes to reduce our impact on the environment.

We also believe that you can only get to a good-end, through good-means. We are proud to produce our garments at America’s First Fair Trade Certified factory. The men and women who make our clothes are a vital part of our team. By treating them with the dignity and respect they deserve, we strive to empower them and be a positive force in our community—local, national, and global alike.

We want our products to reflect our company’s values and we work hard to make sure these values are aligned with the conscious consumers we proudly call Our Customers.

Classic Bikini

FF Boxer Brief

Crew T Shirt

Race Bralette

12
Dec
13

It’s Time to End the Secrecy Surrounding TPP

It’s Time to End the Secrecy Surrounding TPP | James P. Hoffa. The Trans-Pacific Partnership Pact, supposedly a “bipartisan” deal which has been drawn up in total secret “to help out” several Asian countries but more likely to help outsource more American jobs is running out of time. As more secret details of the partnership pact leak out, more objections have been voiced, but then, that is why the TPP is a secret on fast track to becoming a law in the first place. Now, multiple groups are calling for transparency – to make the details of the pact public. The latest meeting in Singapore did not come to an agreement.

The TPP is a very bad deal for the United States. See my objections to the TPP in my 10/4/13 blog entry. Just a brief list of criticisms: Loss of millions of American jobs, manufacturing and service; exemption of environmental, pollution and food safety standards (your food coming from China will not be inspected nor will you know it came from China or another country); Loss of “Buy Local” policies; and expansion to across the Pacific Ocean of Big Corporation (Big Pharma and Monsanto) “patents” (unable to even mention genetically modified foods); and it frees the big banks from oversight. Some have called the TPP, NAFTA on steroids. Please end the secrecy, let there be debate.




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