Maria Black turns into first luxurious model to hitch Fairtrade programme

Maria Black has turn out to be the primary “luxurious” jewelry model to hitch the brand new Fairtrade Gold Sourcing Programme (GSP) on 3 December 2021.

In 2021, which marks 10 years of Fairtrade Gold, the programme was launched to allow extra jewelry manufacturers and companies to supply from an “moral provide chain”.

Maria Black’s ‘Impression’ gold alloy includes 30% fairtrade gold and 70% recycled gold, with the model’s assist for fairtrade that means miners will profit from the Fairtrade Requirements, together with honest costs and funding by means of the Premium.

Jesper Jeppesen, Maria Black CEO, stated: “At Maria Black, we’re working in direction of accountable, high-impact sourcing and name on the business to comply with our instance and rework artisanal and small-scale gold mining and sourcing Fairtrade gold is the very best place to start out.”

“We’re proud to be working intently with Fairtrade to launch our Impression gold alloy, forward of Christmas. At Maria Black, we acknowledge the challenges and actuality of the jewelry business, and we’re working to make social and environmental enhancements inside our provide chain.”

Amy Collis, senior provide chain supervisor, Gold, added: “As we have fun 10 years of Fairtrade gold, we’re excited to announce our new partnership with Maria Black below the Gold Sourcing Programme, and hope that it will encourage extra customers and companies to decide on Fairtrade gold.”


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