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Baby Sock Wash Bags
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.
January 04, 2021 — Emily Piro