Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
Alder and Green are a sustainable menswear brand focusing on quality, fairness and the environmental impact within the clothing industry. We focus on producing sustainable clothing using manufactures with similar ethics, producing less means we have more control of the supply chain and can focus not just on product but the people who make it too. We only work with trusted partners and visit our supplier's factories regularly (every 6 months).
Alder and Green are committed to complying with relevant legislation to ensure that labour standards and human rights are adhered to in the business. This includes observing the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Alder and Green work closely with suppliers to ensure there is total transparency and that modern slavery and human trafficking is not part of our business or supply chains.
Supply chain audits and compliance is critical to guarantee that human rights standards are met and conform with the international industry standards set by the International Labour Organization (ILO)
We recognize and support standard principles:
As our business grows, we will continue to monitor the supply chains by visiting manufactures ourselves and by requesting the support of third-party audits. All suppliers must follow the Alder and Green ethical standards to ensure that no modern slavery and human trafficking is taking place.
Cormac Folan, Co-founder/CEO Alder & Green