Overall Rating: Silver

Shop: Mens | Womens

Home Country: The Netherlands

“Organic denim + apparel”

Named after the Peruvian god of the rainbow, Kuyichi Pure Goods is most known for their denim. They were the first clothing brand to make 100% organic denim. With more than five different styles for both men and women, Kuyichi uses sustainable materials to create products meant to last.

Overall Rating: Silver

Shop: Mens | Womens

Home Country: The Netherlands

“Organic denim + apparel”

Eco-Stylist Silver
Named after the Peruvian god of the rainbow, Kuyichi Pure Goods is most known for their denim. They were the first clothing brand to make 100% organic denim. With more than five different styles for both men and women, Kuyichi uses sustainable materials to create products meant to last.

Transparency

Three Leaves Earned
Rated: Excellent
  • Kuyichi Pure Goods disclose a list of their entire production facilities on their website.
  • Kuyichi gives detailed information about their factories and each product is linked to the factory it was made in.
  • They list many supplier names, locations, and details in their Sustainability Report
  • Kuyichi Pure Goods has committed to the Transparency Pledge and submits their suppliers to the Open Apparel Registry.

Fair Labor

Two Leaves Earned
Rated: Good
  • Kuyichi Pure Goods suppliers abide by a Responsible Business Conduct (found in their Sustainability Report) and Fair Wear Foundation’s Code of Labor Practices.
  • Fair Wear regularly assesses their first-tier factories.
  • When problems arise with suppliers, Kuyichi Pure Goods is committed to remediation.
  • They are involved in many collaborations to improve well-being (also found in their Sustainability Report).

Kuyichi Pure Goods can improve Fair Labor by ensuring  every person involved in the making of their products is paid a living wage.

Sustainably Made

Three Leaves Earned
Rated: Excellent
  • Kuyichi Pure Goods uses Jeanologia’s Environmental Impact Measurement software to measure their impact and create sustainability goals based on those impacts.
  • They are attempting to limit carbon emissions and water usage with their denim laundry process.
  • Kuyichi Pure Goods is taking efforts to reduce the amount of waste they send to the landfill by using fabric scraps in new products.
  • Over half of their suppliers use renewable energy in their processes and all of their owned operations are powered by renewable energy.
  • They have signed the Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments and Textiles and work with the Climate Neutral Group to measure their transport carbon emissions and The Gold Standard to offset them.
  • They are investing in circularity with conscious design, the Global Fashion Agenda commitment, working with Switching Gear, and a take back program.
  • Kuyichi Pure Goods is GOTSGRS, and Organic Cotton Standard certified.

Last Updated: 03/28/21.

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