The sustainable nursery brand, Kit & Kin, has pledged its commitment to the environment with a series of sustainable practises.
From the carbon neutral factory producing the eco nappies and the sustainably sourced natural materials used, to its protection of rainforests around the world, the brand is putting the planet first in more ways than one.
The company has calculated that if every one of the three billion nappies used in the UK each year was a Kit & Kin nappy, it would save more that 26,000 tonnes of carbon from being released, based on its carbon neutral production alone.
As well as the production processes, Kit & Kin is committed to locking in millions of tonnes of carbon biomass through its efforts to safeguard the rainforest.
Co-founder, Emma Bunton, explained: “For every 10 nappy subscriptions, we purchase and protect one acre of precious rainsforest around the world, helping to safeguard this bital ecosystem for generations to come. Now more than ever, it’s cruscial we’re all doing our bit to look after our planet, and making the switch to Kit& Kin is such a simple way to make a difference.
“Being ethically and environmentally conscious is at the very heart of every action we take here at Kit & Kin, but it is all thanks to our customers that we have been able to make a real impact. It has been a phenomenal journey so far and we hope to go on to protect thousands more acres of precious rainforest.”