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So after some research we are super excited to announce that we will now be sending out our socks in 100% compostable mailers! (woohoo) These bad boys are made out of corn and break down completely in 3-6 months. They can be put right in the compost with your banana peels and egg shells. Don't have a compost? That's all good, even if they don't make it into a compost bin they will still break down in the landfill. Which means no turtles will be choking on Friday Sock Co. mailers.
We're all familiar with the iconic breakfast duo, in fact the breakfast besties are so popular that bacon and eggs is our best selling sock design! But where did it all start? When did bacon and eggs become the quintessential breakfast food?
Previously our baby socks were packaged in recyclable cardboard containers, but only about 1/4 of Canada's paper and cardboard waste is actually recycled. Switching to functional packaging with only a cardboard tag greatly reduces the amount of waste associated with the purchase of our product, and for us that's a huge win.
So I moved to New York, got a degree in finance, and started working on Wall Street. At first, it seemed like a dream; a penthouse apartment, designer suits, and surrounded by beautiful people. But... after a few years, I realized I didn't even recognize myself anymore
The textile industry is second biggest polluter in the world. Friday Sock Company produced a line of socks made of pre-consumer recycled cotton yarn. They are designed in Canada, purposely mismatched, made in Italy and it is part of the Better Cotton Initiative.