Animal Welfare

These designers know that the animals in their production chain are treated well. They have also committed themselves to working towards a stronger closeness to this part of their process. The goal is to eliminate any type of mistreatment and follow the ground principles in the “Five Freedoms of Animals”: Freedom from hunger and thirst, freedom from discomfort, freedom from pain, injury and disease, freedom to express normal behavior, and freedom from fear and distress.

This is where we want to be with all our designers in regards to animal welfare: 
No use of mulesing or other forms of mistreatment to get a streamlined production. No use of endangered species. No use of genetic modifications (like cloning of animals)
No fur, leather, down or feather from organized breeding. No large scale farming without detailed control and certifications. No use of harmful traps, only use of regulated trapping. No use of feed concentrate that makes the animals grows faster. No use of extra antibiotics to avoid decease.

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