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4-7 SEPTEMBER 2022
NEC BIRMINGHAM, UK

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Pineapple Island Ltd

Stand: 7G74

Born in 2008, from a journey of solo travel and self-discovery, we exist to introduce the fashion industry to ethical jewellery and accessories that won't cost the Earth.

We are a small team based along the South Coast of the UK in the seaside town of Bournemouth. We work closely with a studio in the heart of Bali, where we have a full-time designer and part-time group of outworkers who create Pineapple Island jewellery as a second income. With our head designer in Bali, we work collaboratively to create ethical and affordable jewellery for our customers so they can look good and feel good!

We strive to maintain trustful relationships with our makers in Bali, and we have external audits to ensure that we meet Ethical Trading standards. All employment chosen freely and wages meet the national legal standard alongside fair working hours.

Designed in Britain

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Address

Bournemouth
United Kingdom

Website

https://www.pineapple-island.com
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  • Ethically made huggie hoop earrings with dainty white enamel detailing. Huggies created using freedom trade practices, which makes them the perfect gift for the ethically-conscious shopper. Approx dia ...
  • Each design is sold in packs of 10 Total Display Cost: £410.00* A selection of 36 of our bestselling premium surf bracelets Unit cost: £1 Stand Cost: £50 RRP: £4.50 Total Return: £1620.00 Display incl ...
  • Crafted with freshwater pearls, this nature-inspired pearl anklet is perfect for the beach lover. An ideal gift for her, unique for its organic and feminine aesthetic. We create our jewellery using fr ...
  • The Padangbai Puka Shell Necklace - a choker necklace with real puka shell beads for the perfect surf aesthetic. Our jewellery is handmade in Bali using freedom trade practices, which makes it the per ...
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  • Sustainability Role in overall company's strategic plans
    Every business decision we make always considers sustainability. We believe that to grow responsibly as a company, this is something that we must hold close as a value.
    Sustainability initiatives
    - We are currently in a transition period of swapping all plastic packaging to ECOPLAS, a cassava-based biodegradable material. - We recycle our cardboard boxes wherever we can to reduce waste. This might mean your Pineapple Island parcels arrive in a box with a few odd labels or markings - but the products inside will be of our usual high standard. - Pineapple Island has a 'cycle or walk to work' scheme, to encourage staff to reduce their carbon footprint by eliminating their car/public transport commute. - We encourage our staff to reduce their use of single-use plastic on breaks by providing kitchen utensils and crockery to use throughout the day. - We strive to maintain trustful relationships with our makers in Bali, and we have external audits to ensure that we meet Ethical Trading standards. All employment is chosen freely and wages meet the national legal standard alongside fair working hours.
    Pledges for the year
    We are also aiming to have a full description of each product page of the materials used by the end of 2023. This information will include where all materials are sourced, to enable our customers to make more informed buying decisions. We are getting solar panels installed to reduce carbon emissions and greenhouse gases. We are currently developing a product line for Surfers Against Sewage using 100% recycled plastic.
    Social equity at your company
    We strive to maintain trustful relationships with our makers in Bali, and we have external audits to ensure that Ethical Trading standards are met. All employment is freely chosen and wages meet the national legal standard alongside fair working hours.
    Packaging
    Our packaging is plastic free
    Materials
    We have created products that provide an alternative to single use plastic
    Ethical Considerations
    Fair wages are paid to the people who make our products
    Our products are made by people employed in good working conditions
    We have mapped our entire supply chain
    We challenge our suppliers to report any ethical issues they identify
    We have an ethical policy
    Within the workplace where our products are made there is commitment to Non-Discrimination Gender Equality and Freedom of Association
    Enviromental Impact
    We have a sustainability policy
    We consider the environmental impact when creating our products
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