Not only is everyone paid fair wages but they work in clean and safe work environments.
Our facilities meet all state and local environmental regulations, from air quality to wastewater quality. In fact, our weaver has an ongoing commitment to shut down their facility any time that energy is short. For example, if there are exceptionally high temps, they will shut down and conserve that energy.
Further, our supply chain is local so there is less oil used in the transportation of products through our supply chain. We manufacture in Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas, and Missouri. That's a pretty small area and doesn't require tons of trucking. When you think about companies that transport their raw materials overseas to be manufactured and THEN shipped back... that's a lot of carbon emissions my friends... much more than the cows on our family farm could ever think about producing. ;)
Red Land customers should feel good that the footprint is truly sustainable, socially, economically, and environmentally.