Browsing Category : Redeeming Consumerism

Redeeming Consumerism: Fair Trade Friday


Today’s Redeeming Consumerism post is about Fair Trade Friday. Fair Trade Friday is a subscription service that provides support to impoverished women by providing you with adorable fair trade products every month. They have three different subscription options. The Original Box for $31.99/month is a box full of various fair trade goodies that range from skin care products to luxury fair…

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Redeeming Consumerism: American Eagle


Today’s post is a continuation of my Redeeming Consumerism series. Today I am evaluating a mainstream brand’s labor and manufacturing policies. The brand I have chosen is American Eagle Outfitters. My four categories are Wages, Worker Safety, Forced and Child Labor, and Enforcement Wages: Suppliers are required to comply with all compensation laws including wages, overtime hours, piece rates and benefits.…

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Redeeming Consumerism: Rey Swimwear


  Hello! I’m back with another Redeeming Consumerism post! Today I am talking about *Rey Swimwear. Rey Swimwear is a swimsuit brand based in California and founded by Jessica Rey, a former power ranger, author, mom, and entrepreneur. Their swimsuits are adorable and very unique. I had a really hard time deciding which one I wanted to order but I finally…

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