Lil Packaging, are the world’s first and only Zero Carbon packaging operation, set on making sustainable online packaging solutions. Have a look at their website for more information:

Lil Packaging produce all of our packaging. 

The Facts

Location: Huntingdon, United Kingdom

Employees: 79

Percentage of female workers: 32%

Factory coordinator: Greg Poole

Date of First Collaboration: 2019

Speciality: Sustainable Packaging

Tier 2 & 3 Suppliers: All manufacturing is localised to one site. Products are made with wood that comes from FSC™ certified forests and natural plant-based inks used.

Environment: They are disconnected from mains gas & electricity off the grid, using only clean sustainable renewable energy for all-electric machines & vehicles. They have have completely eradicated our scopes 1 & 2. They have helped us reach our ambition to have a single-use plastic free company.

We are committed to creating durable clothing that lasts the test of
time and believe this is done by working with factories that share a common vision of sustainability and transparency.

We focus on the things that matter to us:

1) Fair wages
2) The opportunity to develop
3) Transparency

From the cotton used to spin the yarn to the mailbag we send our product in, we ensure sustainability and ethical trade every step of the way.

Our Metrics on Supliers

  • Good
    Working Conditions

    1) Air Conditioned Environment.
    2) Appropriate Ventilation, Lighting and Seating
    3) Staff can work a maximum of 13 hours and have to have a minimum of an 8-hour break between shifts.
    4) Regular breaks.
    5) Automation of repetitive tasks where possible.

  • Fair Pay

    1) Workers get paid a fair remuneration for their efforts.
    2) No pay gap between genders.
    3) Workers have enough money to have a good standard of living.

  • Strong
    Environmental Standards

    1) Suppliers must not use single-use plastic packaging
    2) Focus on reducing waste
    3) Looking into better ways of creating electrical energy

Lil Packaging


United Kingdom

Sustainable Practices
Plastic Free
Ethical Factories
Slow Fashion