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Newborns apparel brand Fourzero bags ECA accreditation
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Jul '13
Ethical Clothing Australia is proud to announce the accreditation of the label Fourzero, luxurious eco range of newborn baby clothing and baby accessories.

Ethically made in Queensland, each item is individually designed by Fourzero and each garment is individually manufactured in Australia.

Simon McRae, ECA National Manager, welcomes Fourzero among ECA accredited brands. “With Fourzero, parents can now buy ethical clothing for their newborns and we are pleased to see ethical manufacturing is a core part of this Queensland based label” he says.

For Carolyn Chambers, CEO and Designer of Fourzero, “it is an honour to have received the ECA award” she says. “I passionately believe that manufacturing Fourzero in Australia is a positive step in educating consumers whilst providing a safe and reliable product for the newborn babies and their families.”

“I believe Fourzero will in time become recognised as the purist newborn brand to protect their delicate new skin after birth, we hope to plant the seed with their parents or gift giver to buy and wear locally well made ethical garments.”

Carolyn Chambers created Fourzero in 2010 after she moved to Australia.  As a neonatal intensive care and children’s nurse in UK and Switzerland, Carolyn has nursed and cared for many newborn babies. “With this experience I feel that I greatly understand just how important it is to keep your precious newborn warm, comfortable and secure straight after birth”, she says.

Ethical Clothing Australia


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