At Hanna, sustainability has been woven into the fabric of our company since the very beginning in 1983. Well before most other companies were thinking about it, our founder, a mother from Sweden named Gun Denhart, made sustainability one of our core principles. The foundation is making high-quality products that last and can be handed down, with the intent to reduce excess apparel consumption (a practice known as circularity). We were also pioneers in the use of organic cotton because it’s far safer for children’s sensitive skin and for the communities where our products are made.
Organic, Harm-Free & Recycled
Fair Trade Practices
Our Ongoing Journey of Sustainability
Our commitment to environmental and social responsibility is a never-ending pursuit as we continue to learn and work to deepen our impact, both internally and externally. A recent corporate initiative reimburses Hanna HQ employees for a membership to Ridwell, an organization that makes it easy to safely dispose of batteries, light bulbs, electronics and other tricky-to-recycle items. More to come...