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Cabaïa is engaged for the environment and the animals

"The textile industry is one of the most polluting in the world, so there is room for improvement."

Today, we hear a lot about green and vegan materials, with no one solution being defined better than another. It was therefore important for us to explain our choices and our current thinking.

Our environmental commitments

#01.

No plastic

Since 2020, Cabaïa has banned the use of disposable plastic in its products, replacing it with kraft or starch in all packaging. The only plastic component still remaining today is the small element used to attach the label: teams are currently working to find a sustainable solution so that it can also be replaced quickly.

#02.

Transport

Some brands that come out of the collections every month (Sundays at 9:30 am...) only use airplanes because of time constraints: it is the most polluting means of transport. At Cabaïa, we prefer the boat for faraway destinations. We may sometimes use air transport in cases of extreme necessity, but this is an epiphenomenon, and our Product teams aim to stop using it altogether by 2020.

#03.

Cruelty Free

This is one of Cabaïa's strong and founding commitments: none of our products contain animal matter and all are EVE Vegan certified (with the exception of a few hats containing wool, which is either recycled or from farms that do not practice muesling and are certified as such).

#04.

Oekotex & Reach

At Cabaïa, we don't like to stick labels. Except when it comes to labels to assure you of the quality of our products. Today, we are proud to say that all our accessories are certified OEKO-TEX Standard 100 and REACH, and that the vast majority carry the EVE Vegan label. But very concretely, what does this mean? Follow the guide to find out more!

From a bottle to a bag, there is only one step...

GRS (Global Recycled Standard) certified recycled materials

Upcycling is the action of recovering materials or products that are no longer used, in order to transform them into materials or products of superior quality or utility.

It is therefore "upcycling".

In textiles, recycled materials are still quite recent and poorly organized, and there is a lot of recycled "fake". At Cabaïa, we make sure to use recycled materials certified GRS (Global Recycled Standard), and we practice upcycling on different product lines

"Every day we work with one goal in mind: to eco-design all of our products by 2021. »

Amandine
Eco-design manager

We practice upcycling on different product ranges ...

Backpack

  • The inside of all our bags is made from recycled textile water bottles.
  • We are developing a 100% upcycled range from plastic bottles: the inside and outside of the bag are made from bottles from everyday consumption.
25

Recycled plastic bottles per bag!

Beanies, Scarves & Gloves

  • Wool is a widely used material that can be recycled very well. When we use it in our hats, we favour recycled wool to minimize our impact on animals.
  • Recycled acrylic is used in the making of our hats to minimize their impact while ensuring optimal longevity.
100% ECO

Discover our range of green cups

Focusing on the entire life cycle rather than the effects of announcements on the recycled product

The "All Recycled"

The use of recycled materials is being and must be developed. However, recycled materials have a limit: sustainability. Indeed, one cannot use only recycled materials without taking into account the longevity of the products, because 1 non-recycled product always consumes less than 2 recycled products. We therefore always take care to integrate the maximum of recycled materials, while preserving the longevity of our products.

Accessibility

Products with minimal impact will only be able to impose themselves at the global level when they reach a price level equivalent to that of non-recycled or virtuous products. At Cabaïa, we therefore work to make these products accessible, to maximize our positive impact and not to be in a niche. This inevitably imposes compromises with mixes that allow everyone to have access to products with limited impact.

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