I was sent a beautiful reversible tote bag from Ethihub and asked to do a post promoting their 20% off Winter Sale this month. *Discount auto-applies at checkout.
The tote is not only super cute but it’s very well made and spacious. It looks great whichever side you decide to wear it. I like it most the way it comes because then it has a big inside pocket which is very useful and something I look for in bags. But I think you’ll agree both sides are lovely and look like 2 bags in 1. It’s great for everyday wear, or as an extra shopping bag to avoid plastic bags.
Ethihub has a wide selection of accessories and homewares for every taste. The products make great additions to your home and also great gifts. The fabrics and materials used are colourful and the very essence of India and its culture. Most of the products are cotton but some are silk or a mix but you can usually tell from the pictures which products are silk. This is also clearly labelled under product specs and helpful for us vegans. So while the entire store isn’t vegan, the majority is.
My idea for Ethihub came after meeting many talented artisans on my visits to India. Although they were designing and making beautiful products, they needed some help with finding customers to sell them to. So I decided to help them. I created an ethical hub [Ethihub] – for these makers to showcase their designs and sell them to customers for fair prices. I sell their products online and at selected craft markets.
Being vegan Isn’t just about animals and most of us try to be as ethical with all of our purchases as we possibly can. I love what Ethihub is all about and think more companies need ethics like this. It’s good to help designers in poorer parts of the world where they may get next to nothing for their work. Most of us here would object to the rates of pay they receive for their creations if we were offered such an amount. It’s about helping others and the planet too.
Being an ethical consumer means buying products which were ethically produced and/or which are not harmful to the environment and society. This can be as simple as buying soap nuts or as complex as boycotting goods produced by child labour.
Check out this article about the price of Ethics on Ethical Consumer
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