Apparel Brand Looks To Solve The Packaging Dilemma That’s Creating Excess Plastic Waste

Pact founder and CEO Brendan Synnott is not one to shy away from the shortcomings of sustainability. “If we all want to be perfectly sustainable, we can just shut down shop,” he says sarcastically.

It’s a hard reality for brands that are manufacturing a product: there will inevitably be an impact on the planet. So, it’s a juggling act of trying to weigh the positives and the negatives that go with manufacturing and moving all that cargo around the world.

Pact, which specializes in organic cotton basics, has been following a host of ethical and sustainable practices since the inception of the company. But there was

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