Fruit of the Loom doesn’t just make great garments; we make them the right way too. That means protecting the rights of all people we work with and doing what’s right for the environment – from raw material through to final garment.
We’ve set our high standards in our own charter that we call The Fruit Code.
Every supplier we work with is independently audited by WRAP or according to the amfori BSCI standard to ensure they meet our compliance requirements.
We only use ethically-produced yarn and all our garments are independently Oeko-Tex Standard 100 approved, which certifies that they contain absolutely no substances that are harmful to humans.
Made in Morocco – made by us means made better for you
Control is vitally important to Fruit of the Loom and our huge custom-built state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Morocco gives us the control we need to bring you the garments you count on us for.
We produce over 2 million garments every week – with up to 50 million always in stock.
We employ a staff of over 4,300 locally-employed people, working in a multi-shift operation across our production and sewing plants, and we ensure the respect and wellbeing of our workforce with benefits including healthcare, dental care, training and transport.
We are entirely self-sufficient with our own substation and water-treatment facility that recycles up to 60% of the water we use, returning it to the river cleaner than when it arrived. As a result of this, the river bed has completely regenerated and is once again alive with fish and wildlife.
This is such an important issue and one that we feel strongly about, you can read our disclosure statement on the link below.
Here you’ll find a wide range of subjects from our accreditations to our different environmental policies.
Everything you need to know about our UK tax strategy.
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