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Buyers Trace the Farmers Whose Cotton Made Their Jeans

Lindsey Smith

Customers can trace jeans from All American Clothing Co.'s new denim collection to their place of origin. Each pair of jeans in the collection has a “Certificate of Authenticity” tag that is imported onto the company’s website to find out where their jeans came from. The Traceability ensures customers that each pair of jeans has been produced in the US and gives recognition to American cotton farmers. Best part about this is the jeans are not overpriced! The most expensive jeans are only $70!

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  • End Trafficking

    This is so important! It's so great to learn about a brand that's taking the initiative to be so transparent. Unfortunately, many clothes on the market now can be traced back to people who are in forced labor and slavery. Every day citizens need to be aware of how their purchasing power can support human trafficking OR the empowerment of free people.

    You can check out Not For Sale's app Free2Work to see how your favorite brands rate when it comes to slavery in the supply chain:

  • Yasha Wallin

    This is so cool. Just like we should be tracing our food back to where it came from, so too should we know where the clothes we're wearing come from. Thanks for sharing.