All Loloi’s handcrafted collections made in India — such as Helena, Rayan and Nala — display the label providing assurance the rugs were produced without child, forced or bonded labor.
Loloi is educating the marketplace about the need to eliminate child and worker exploitation in global supply chains by highlighting its commitment on its website, catalog and other communications, as well as labeling certified products.
“We are pleased to be partnering with GoodWeave to offer assurance that children and workers are protected,” said Amir Loloi, founder and owner of Loloi Rugs. “This is especially important now given the increased risks the COVID-19 crisis has created for these vulnerable populations.”
Loloi joins more than 170 other import and retail brands selling GoodWeave certified rugs and home textiles around the world. With its company partners, GoodWeave has rescued more than 7,600 children from labor, as well as more than 30,000 other children at risk of exploitation in weaving and stitching communities.
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