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Nine new Australian businesses ethically accredited

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Dec '11
Over the past six months, Ethical Clothing Australia has been pleased to accredit nine new ethical Australian brands and manufactures, taking the total number of accredited businesses to a record of 63.

With new business representing maternity and baby wear, women's fashion, footwear, outdoor clothing and uniforms, consumers looking for ethical alternatives for their clothing and footwear now have even more to choose from.

The Australian businesses who have gained accreditation since June 2011 are; Christies, Gida Darling Design, Kit Bag, Metalicus, Mollycoddle Baby, Mountcastle, Platypus Outdoors, Rossi Boots and Top Secret Maternity.

Ethical Clothing Australia is a joint business–union initiative. It is governed by an independent and not-for-profit committee of management, Homeworker Code Committee Inc, with representation from major stakeholders in the textile, clothing and footwear industry.

The Ethical Clothing Australia team works to assist businesses with the accreditation process and to promote the trademark and accredited brands to consumers and buyers.

Ethical Clothing Australia


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