ZEROBARRACENTO

Overall rating

5/6

Country: Italy

Category: Outerwear

Established in: 2020

Zerrobarracento allows and supports smart working among its employees. The company try to raise the awareness among your employees in terms of sustainability arranging, for instance, brand sprint into the company.

The brand has a strong traced supply chain all made in Italy, and a careful selection of sustainable materials and eco-packaging. On Zerobarracento website you can see the list of all suppliers involved in the process. 

The raw materials are innovative and most of all certified (Oeko-Tex® Standard 100, GRS). It is very interesting the Zerobarracento design process. Usually, around 15% of textiles go wasted during production. By developing its zero-waste technique, the brand eliminates textile waste at the design stage. This is a unique approach to reduce the use of natural resources (https://zerobarracento.com/pages/about).

The packaging is made of compostable mailers, eco-friendly tissues and stickers. The compostable mailers are made from a combination of PBAT, a bio-based polymer which is compostable, and PLA which is made up of plant materials such as regular field corn and wheat straw. These are certified and incredibly low-impact resources.

The brand provide information how to take care about the clothes and make them last longer.

Zerrobarracento has been donating to Circle Italia for 3 years. The Circle Italia Onlus fights for women’s rights and gender equality. The Circle is a network of women using their skills and resources to support other women in needs in Italy and worldwide (http://www.thecircleitalia.org/about-us/).

The brand also promotes Instagram live talk show with key players in order to raise thesustainable   awareness in its community.


Overall rating

5/6

Value Chain Outwear

5/6

Company sustainability

4/6

Community

4/6

Data provided only from brand

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