Frank And Oak - Canada's Top Sustainable Fashion
Brand Announces New 2022 Goals
The brands’ new objectives include removing virgin plastic and polyester from
their supply chain, implementing more carbon offset programs, using more
renewable energy, and continuing to encourage their zero-waste policy.
Frank And Oak is a certified B Corporation®
Certified B Corps meet the highest standards of verified social and
environmental performance, transparency, and accountability and are
required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers,
customers, suppliers, community, and the environment.
Switching to renewable energy
sources as much as possible is also on
the company’s agenda for all their
warehouses, stores, and other
By 2022, the forward-thinking company aims to
remove all excess packaging and maximize the
use of recycled raw materials, thereby cutting the
use of virgin plastic to zero. Additionally, they will
strive to use only 100% recycled polyester fibres.
Recent catastrophic weather events proved once again that climate change can no longer be
ignored. Now more than ever, the sustainable clothing brand is committed to sourcing better
materials and optimizing shipping methods to significantly reduce its carbon emissions.
As always, Frank And Oak will
pursue all their objectives through
sustainable practices, factories, and
While shipping and packaging are necessary and
come with the territory, the creative team at Frank And
Oak has found ways to reduce their packaging to a
minimum. Additionally, the packaging they do use is
made from recycled cardboard.
To ensure their clothing is good for their customers and the environment,
they rely on sustainable materials such as hemp, post-consumer recycled
cotton, ethically sourced yak wool, and kapok.
Furthermore, they encouraged their
customers to contribute to a better
environment through the “Let’s give a
Customers were invited to leave their used
garments in designated containers at their local