FairTSA Announces Licensing Agreement with Secteur Six Private Limited
Fair Trade Sustainability Alliance's new licensee, Secteur Six Private Limited, is on a mission to dramatically reduce the fashion industry's toxic footprint, finding new ways to heal the Earth and Humanity through what they make and buy.
By: Fair Trade Sustainability Alliance
Their fully regenerative approach extends to farming and labor practices. There is not yet an internationally recognized seal for "regenerative"
The Six Secteurs are:
~Workers Rights / Advancing Workers
~100% Biodegradable Materials
~Preserving Local Culture
Secteur 6 founders Amit and Puneet Hooda have spent their lives creating conscious businesses. Their father, renowned agronomist Dr. I.S. Hooda, pioneered regenerative ways to grow food that have helped tens of thousands of farmers across the globe. The brothers carried on his legacy to become leaders in the regenerative farming movement in their native India and throughout the world, expanding its reach into new industries. They founded Heavenly Organics to promote responsible agriculture and provide economic opportunities for families in conflict-torn regions. Secteur 6 is their newest platform for healing and change.
Working with design teams in New York and Paris, the Hoodas are bringing intelligent, and fresh design to radically conscious clothing, helping to transform a massive industry in a moment of global reckoning.
"We are very pleased to be working with a company like Secteur Six, supporting their mission of providing the highest quality organic fabric, in an ethical, moral and sustainable fashion," said Dr. Winfried Fuchshofen, FairTSA Executive Director. "Their commitment to healthy living, worker welfare and the environment is a great fit for our business model."
Fair TSA is a New Lebanon, NY, based innovative Fair Trade program working in world-wide partnership with established ISO/IEC 17065:2012 accredited organic certifiers to provide zero-carbon, lowest cost, fully transparent, shortest cycle certifications, incorporating a mandatory community development component and project-based accountability. For more information go to http://www.fairtsa.org/
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