We are Tosca, Mr Black, Dodger (the dog), and Panna (the second dog) and Ferryn (our child - the reason why our online shop is currently closed); we run a small printing business based in Tetbury, Gloucestershire. We have been printing stuff since Spring 2014.
We supply and print shirts for hunt saboteur and any other activist groups that we like. Profits from these sales goes directly to the groups stated on the individual items in the shop. We also travel around the country attending vegan fairs, animal festivals, etc selling these items.
Our Ethical & Environmental Policy
You can see from our list of suppliers below that we take our environmental and ethical concerns seriously.
We think every worker in our supply chain should have safe and fair working conditions, freedom of association and a fair wage.
We think that every process in our supply chain should have the least impact on the environment as possible. This is particularly important for the shirts we buy as, traditionally, cotton growing and shirt manufacture has a very high water usage and a high use of dangerous pesticides.
We will switch to a supplier of renewable energy as soon as our current contract ends.
We only supply our printing materials from suppliers who care about the environment, humans and animals. If you have concerns about any of our suppliers or would like to become one of our suppliers, let us know via our contact page.
Please see below a list of our suppliers so that you can read their individual policies.
- Continental Clothing supply all our clothing. We buy only from their Earth Positive and Salvage ranges. Here you can find their ethical policy, organic certification and carbon footprinting work.
- Khadi Papers supply much of our speciality paper.
- Green Stationary Company supply our stationary and paper bags. We always use recycled paper and other materials where possible.
- Wicked Printing Ltd. supplies our inks and screen. We do use oil based inks as water based dry out to quickly for us because we have a problem with temperature changes in our workshop. We are looking into using water based inks and hope to do so in the near future.