#TOGETHER x Good Food For All

Good Food Tee

CHF 46
#TOGETHERBAND and Good Food For All have teamed up to create a limited edition T-shirt to mark the first ever UN Food Systems Summit, featuring artwork specially designed by artist Thomas Hedger.
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Good Food Tee

#TOGETHER x Good Food For All
CHF 46
#TOGETHERBAND and Good Food For All have teamed up to create a limited edition T-shirt to mark the first ever UN Food Systems Summit, featuring artwork specially designed by artist Thomas Hedger.
• Gender neutral sizing (view size guide)
• Runs small, buy a size up for a looser fit (view size guide)

• Made from 100% recycled materials
• Exchange and returns (read more)
• For every #TOGETHER product you buy, we plant a tree and donate 10 meals to those in need through our #TOGETHERMEALS campaign

THE COLLAB

Good food for people and planet

Good Food For All is a UN campaign to build awareness about the importance of distributing food fairly and growing it efficiently and sustainably to ensure everyone has healthy and climate-friendly food. By buying this T-shirt you are helping raise funds for organisations on the frontlines of our food systems.

RECYCLED TEXTILES

Salvaged threads

All of our #TOGETHERWEAR is made from 100% recycled materials. We use 60% recycled organic cotton from textile waste and 40% recycled polyester from locally sourced plastic bottles. Our #TOGETHER T-shirts are certified under the Global Recycle Standard (GRS) and Organic Content Standard (OCS).

RESPONSIBLY MADE

Fair wears

Our T-shirts are made in India at a Fair Wear Foundation audited facility which is powered by renewable energy. We only use GOTS approved dyes on our garments, and our waste discharge processes are certified to OekoTex 100 Class I standard and conform to REACH, meaning their kinder to the environment.

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