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A Good Company

Design | March 27, 2019 |

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A Good Company
From mindless consumption into conscious decisions

A Good Company exist to create elegant, thoughtful and sustainable everyday products. We refuse to take shortcuts, and we obsess over every single step in the journey of our products, from how they are made to how they end up on your doorstep. We always walk the extra mile to improve our products and our processes, to ensure that we always are as responsible as we humanly can be.

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Stating that we strive towards sustainability isn’t enough. We believe being completely transparent with our customers will spur us to push even harder, and we encourage you to take part in and understand exactly how our products are made.

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We detail the environmental footprint of each and every one of our products. We account for the materials used, total water consumption, the source of energy used in the production, and the carbon emission footprint of both production and shipping. We also benchmark our products against competing products in the same category.

What’s more, we list all of our suppliers, detailing their ownership structure, their certificates and their work environment.

more. www.agood.com

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