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Apolis Face Masks!
It’s made from super soft cotton, so you won’t mind wearing it, especially when you make it yours with the phrase of your choice.
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Well, simply put, our bags are made at a specific co-op in Bangladesh that is committed to providing Fair Trade wages, annual profit dividends, and a retirement fund to 145+ mothers — which means that quantities are often limited. We're currently in the process of expanding our production capabilities, but we're committed to doing so in a way that doesn't put pressure on these factories to cut corners in quality or ethical sourcing — though that means we can't offer all our bags at all times of the year.
Every market bag is handcrafted in Bangladesh by people who receive Fair Trade-certified wages, annual profit dividends, and a retirement fund; read Forbes.com’s article on how this approach is changing people’s lives, with 665,000 bag owners and counting. The bags are then shipped to Los Angeles, California, where a growing team of 13 people printing each bag with water-based ink onto the bag.
Apolis has a long-standing reputation with immeasurable philanthropic events year-round. Just last year we had similar fund raising products and we donated over $30K to Direct Relief, $21K to charity: water and over $30K to Baby2Baby. You can rest assured that we’ll continue these efforts and take it a step further in these trying times by getting every penny to the James Beard Foundation.