Take a look at the labels. Mine say: Honduras, India, China and, of course, Bangladesh.
Until the fire in Dacca that killed more than 1,000 workers, I didn’t give much thought to the origins of the apparel I put on my body. It is disconcerting, since I think a lot about what I put into my body.
I don’t mean only calorie counting or stressing about animal rights. I buy my tea from two companies that promote individual farmers http://www.ajiritea.com, and http://www.adagio.com; my chocolate comes from a socially conscious company started by former Peace Corps Volunteers http://madecasse.com; and I get my coffee from a purveyor who pays coffee farmers more than Fair Trade prices. http://www.georgioscoffee.com
But I never gave much thought to my clothes. That has changed with the Bangladesh tragedy. But it is infinitely more difficult to consume ethically when there are few, if any organizations to help guide you.