In the beginning stood the good will ... and soon followed the great stumbling.
The fact that the economy always strives for profit is not scandalous. It is even the existence of a modern economy. Globalization has finally led to the fact that everyone can now participate. Since not all of them have the same prerequisites from home, the hunt for the win is the cause of the shortcomings. To go against it, of course, presumes the will to swim a little bit against the current. And faster than you think, you find yourself in a jungle of regulations and certifications. The ethical principles, together with their small farmers and small family businesses, seem to go far back in the distance, and suddenly they feel overwhelmed by the overwhelming corporations who know how to be fair and fair to wash. One gets to banks, which for their own image sake for "green and fair enterprises" tear, at the same time however low-cost productions in developing countries as a guarantee of repayment. In short, it becomes a long way and the so-called system assumes the role of the Stolpersteine. But why "f ** ck the system"? Perhaps the system is not so wrong? Maybe it just does not work properly. So, you have to repair it. "Fixx The System" should be called!
„the Bad Seeds Company“ doesn`t invest money in the certification-process.„the Bad Seeds Company“ invests money in labor force and the production of its products in small and medium sized craft businesses in Italy and Germany. Fair trade is a particularly important focus for us. We from „the Bad Seeds Company“ know our tailors personally and believe in the fair trade.
„the Bad Seeds Company“ has committed itself to the exclusive use of sustainable and environmentally friendly textiles. Renewable raw materials, which grow in Europe and therefore do not have to be transported around half the world, play a particularly important role for us. Not all of the raw materials we use are in possession of an eco-certification. We place value on certifications where they make sense. The cultivation of hemp is not allowed everywhere. In many Eastern European countries, hemp is mostly cultivated by small farms which can not afford a certification process. The fact that this hemp nevertheless is considered to be the most environment-friendly textile speaks for itself because hemp does not require any pesticides due to its nature, especially since it is not a large-scale intensive cultivation and THC-containing hemp is added during the sowing. Subsequent certification of this production chain would result in unequally high costs. "the Bad Seeds Company" invests this money in the labor force and produices its products in small and medium sized craft businesses in Italy and Germany. Fair trade is a particularly important focus for us. We from "the bad Seeds Company" know our tailors personally and believe in the fair trade.