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The fashion industry produces 10% of all humanity’s carbon emissions and is the second-largest consumer of the world’s water supply.[1]

32 billion new garments are produced for the US market each year.

64% of it ends up landfills.[2]

We are committed to being one of the most environmentally-friendly baby apparel brands on the market.

PiP PEA POP is dedicated to creating high-quality, low-impact, long-lasting clothing with the intention of it being worn as much as possible, on as many babies as possible.

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100% GOTS-Certified Organic Pima Cotton 100% GOTS-Certified Organic Pima Cotton
Built to last. Made to be recycled and reused. Never any toxins, harmful chemicals or dyes
Never any toxins, harmful chemicals or dyes Built to last. Made to be recycled and reused.
Our Commitment to Circularity

The biggest way to reduce our impact is to reduce consumption and reuse more. Thus, longevity and recyclability are prioritized in everything we make. We believe in one, practical, simple item that is intended to be the only article of clothing you need for your baby, and it’s built to last for many more babies.

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Our garments are timeless, gender-neutral, and high-quality, intended to be handed down, again and again.

Our garments are timeless, gender-neutral, and high-quality, intended to be handed down, again and again.

Unique features like the removable footie gives the garment extra wear time, increasing the longevity of each garment

Our Eco-Friendly Manufacturing Process
Everything we make is made with 100% GOTS-certified organic Pima cotton+
Raw material choice is the biggest contributor to a product’s sustainability. Naturally-sourced 100% organic cotton has one of the lowest carbon impacts. Organic cotton avoids the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizer, and on average uses 91% less water (80% rain-fed) and 62% less energy than non-organic cotton Organic cotton sustains the health of soils, ecosystems, and people Organic cotton uses only untreated seeds and prohibits the use of GMO seeds. Read more why Organic Pima Cotton is the most eco-friendly choice
No dyes, never any flame retardants, no added toxic chemicals+
Approximately 25% of industrial water pollution comes from textile dyeing and treatment. These processes overexploit freshwater resources and contaminate waterways through chemical runoff and non-biodegradable liquid waste. (Source: European Parliamentary Research Service, January 2019, europarl.europa.eu) We never dye any of our garments, never use unnecessary chemical sprays like flame retardants and avoid any other toxic chemicals
Responsibly produced with workers in fair living conditions+
We work with factories that prioritize workers and their worker's well-being. The factory that we choose to work with shares our values of ethical labor and working conditions, ensuring manufacturing practices are held to the highest standards.
We manufacturer everything in Peru to reduce our carbon footprint associated…+
We manufacturer everything in Peru to reduce our carbon footprint associated with long-distance shipping, because that’s where our cotton is grown
All unused fabric scraps and materials are recycled and repurposed+
All unused fabric scraps and materials are recycled and repurposed
No single-use plastics in our supply chain+
Plastic isn’t biodegradable, which means every single piece of plastic ever made is still on this planet. The majority of plastic waste is sent to landfills or disposed of into the environment, breaking down into micro-plastics, dumped or washed into the oceans are consumed by marine animals
We only use recycled and 100% recyclable materials in our packaging+
The only items we print are for shipping labels No extra tags or garment labels included
Corporate office commitments+
Shared work spaces, subways to meetings, no notebooks, no printing of paper internally, minimal waste within the office and we recycle, always

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Here are some of the things you can do to continue on our sustainability mission

Reusing clothing is one of the most eco-friendly things we can do. If we extend the life of a garment by 9 months, we reduce its carbon and water footprint by 30% (Source: ThredUp)
Wearing it as much as possible - you should have extra wear-time (beyond the 3 month size) with the removable footie
When cleaning your garment, wash it with cool water and air dry it instead of using the washing machine
Our Sustainably Sourced Cotton's Certifications:
GOTS
USDA Organic
World Fair Trade

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