Market Tote in Green Gingham (034GHGN)

MSRP: $78

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  • Dimensions: 12.5" wide, 15" high, 5.5" deep, a 5" x 7" inside pocket, with an 11" drop under the handles
  • Natural Material: 100% natural golden jute fiber harvested in Bangladesh
  • Water-Resistant Lining: 100% polyurethane
  • Strong: Can hold over 100 pounds
  • Leather Straps: Reinforced by antique nickel rivets

Did you know that your purchase helps break a poverty cycle? The mothers who handcraft your bag receive Fair Trade wages, annual profit dividends, and a retirement fund to help them achieve their dreams thanks to the Bangladesh Project.

Location: Saidpur, Bangladesh
Factory Code: BAN-LAT33.7099/LON90.4071
Employees: 200+

What's the story behind the factory? Following the 1971 war that established Bangladesh and brought with it poverty and disease, Saidpur Enterprises began in 1976 as a project to help the mothers of malnourished children with emloyment producing jute handicrafts and now supports artisans selling for a larger fair trade export market.They also provide literary classes, training on nutrition, women's legal rights, educational awareness and finance.

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