Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nordstrom

Nordstrom has both their own brand and also carries clothing from “branded vendors.” They have an abundance of information on their website about their corporate responsibility.  They do not list where their products are made or what exactly their standards are for their “branded vendors.” They do seem to have strict auditing and standards.  However, there is something the way… Read more →

Mexx

Mexx publicly lists the countries where it products are produced.  They have a set of standards they call a “social compliance programme.” From their website: “Mexx applies rigorous standards in working with its sourcing partners. Through our social compliance programme, all companies producing for Mexx are obliged to accept a legally binding Code of Conduct. Mexx has zero tolerance policy… Read more →

Benetton

Benetton publicly posts all of the answers to the questions I usually ask companies.  From their website:   Work, environment, health and safety in the supply chain Benetton Group is committed to the promotion and respect of human rights and the environment. The Benetton Group Code of Conduct is applied to all suppliers and subcontractors, and to anyone who wishes… Read more →