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Bamboo Baby

Founded in London in 2006 by sisters Chloe and Sophie, Bamboo Baby is a unique and contemporary brand that aims to have minimum negative impact on the environment. Our fashion led baby and children’s clothing collections are beautifully designed and beautifully natural.

We offer a wide range of quality designed designer baby clothing for ages 0-5 years in many gorgeous colours and styles.

Why Bamboo?

Bamboo is the most sustainable all-natural plant fibre on earth with amazing silky softness! Bamboo fabric is organic, sustainable and super eco-friendly whilst being gorgeously soft.

The bamboo yarn we buy is Oeko-Tex 100 certified and our organic cotton is certified by SKAL/GOTS.

We are passionate about our work and by using Bamboo we are also helping to save the environment.

Our Ethics

Good Energy supplies our office energy, where 100% of the electricity we use comes from renewable resources.

We use minimal, recyclable and biodegradable packaging such as recycled acid-free tissue paper, recycled brown paper and we re-use all our cardboard boxes.

As much as possible, we are a paper free company. When we do print – our printed materials are printed on FSC 100% recycled uncoated paper using vegetable oil based ink.

All our goods are shipped to the UK by sea, which is better for the environment than airfreight. We use a small local shipping company with just 4 employees, as we believe in helping to support small businesses like our own.

We work with several garment factories, in both China and India. Different factories make knitwear, denim and jersey, blankets and bathrobes. The main factory we use is a Control Union Certified company under Organic Exchange Standard 100.

Bamboo Baby employs a full time agent based in Shanghai to monitor and oversee our production processes. They visit all our garment factories on a regular basis to ensure that they are obeying all local labour laws and to quality control garment production. Our agent is a member of SEDEX the supplier ethical data exchange. The aims of SEDEX are: to connect businesses with their global suppliers to share ethical data and enable continuous improvement in ethical performance.

We donate 1% of our turnover each month to charity. Each month we pick a different charity (usually an environmental or children’s charity) to benefit from this donation. Recent charities include:

PAN UK – Working to eliminate the dangers of toxic pesticides, our exposure to them, and their presence in the environment where we live and work. Nationally and globally, PANUK promote safer alternatives, the production of healthy food, and sustainable farming.

Baby Lifeline – a unique national charity offering loving care and support to pregnant mothers and new born babies all over the UK. Since the charity began in 1981, it has contributed more than £1.5 million to Britain’s maternity services and hospitals buying equipment including digital weighing scales and major pieces of technology such as incubators and scanners. The charity also gives support to training and education programmes for doctors, midwives and other associated health professionals.

Environmental Justice Foundation – protecting people and the planet, the EJF makes a direct link between the need for environmental security and the defence of basic human rights. EJF is a registered charity established in 2000 to empower people who suffer most from environmental abuses to find peaceful ways of preventing them.

UK National Eczema Society – Formed in 1975, The National Eczema Society has two principal aims: first, to provide people with independent and practical advice about treating and managing eczema; secondly, to raise awareness of the needs of those with eczema with healthcare professionals, teachers and the government.

Tommy’s – a charity that funds scientific research ensuring more babies are born healthy. They fund research and provide information on the causes and prevention of miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth.

Forever Angels – The objective of Forever Angels UK is to promote and raise awareness of orphaned and abandoned children in Tanzania and to support initiatives to alleviate these problems. Forever Angels is a non-profit making company in the UK. They aim to promote general charitable purposes for the benefit of the community of Tanzania in order to address and alleviate social and economic disadvantage to impoverished and HIV positive families and orphaned or abandoned children.