At Ramo we believe in two key philosophies: Adapting to market conditions, and building long term value. This is evident not only through our products and designs, but also through the factories that make them

We only work with a small number of factories that demonstrate a commitment to:



Our Factories are constantly refining practices to ensure safe and healthy working conditions to keep in line with international standards. We strictly do not engage with azo dye

fair work

Humane Working Conditions

Our partner factories are given continuous work and are required to adapt to living wages, non-excessive work and no harsh or inhumane treatment

no child labour

No child labour

Strictly no hiring of underage workers

We require all our factories to engage in continuous auditing and provide third party certification such as BSCI, SEDEZ, and OEKO-TEX

Social Responsibility Logos

We are committed to reducing plastics in our supply chain by introducing eco-friendly compostable bags.

Eco Friendly Packaging
Better Cotton Initiative

Better Cotton Initiative

Better Cotton

Better Cotton Initiative, Better Cotton for short, is the world’s leading sustainability initiative for Cotton. Their mission is to help cotton communities survive and thrive, while protecting and restoring the environment.

Since 2009, Better Cotton’s Standards have reached more than 2.5 million farmers around the world. Today, more than one fifth of the world’s cotton is already produced under Better Cotton Standards. Now it is time to deploy this to scale to generate deeper impact.


The final vision is to have all cotton farming sustainable. To achieve this takes a holistic approach and a rigorous standard to match. Part of the Better Cotton Standard system is the Better Cotton Principles and Criterias which define Better Cotton through seven guiding principles. By following these principles, Better Cotton Farmers can produce cotton in a way that is better for themselves, their community and the environment.

These seven principles include:

crop protection
Crop Protection

Help BCI farmers develop a better understanding of Integrated Pest Management to minimise the harmful impact of crop protection practices to humans and the environment. For example, pesticides must be registered and appropriately labelled, handled and stored responsibly. Any highly hazardous Pesticides must be phased out.


Help BCI farmers emphasise the water stewardship approach, in which water is used in a way that is environmentally sustainable, economically beneficial and socially equitable. This can be achieved through a stakeholder inclusive process that involves all water users in the production catchment. Good water management can lead to improved crop yields, strengthen resilience to climate change, minimise negative impacts on water quality and ensure fair access to water for allusers in the area.

soil health
Soil Health

Help BCI farmers with a better understanding of soil can help protect the soil and can lead to significant increase in the quality and quantity of yields, large cost reductions in fertilisers, pesticides and labour, and can help withstand unpredictable weather changes caused by climate change.


Help BCI farmers in conserving and enhancing biodiversity on their land by adopting practices to minimise the negative impact on existing fauna and flora in surrounding land and to reduce the damage of conversion of non-agricultural land to agricultural land.

fibre quality
Fibre Quality

BCI Farmers are supported to adopt best practices during harvest, storage and transportation of their cotton. By reducing contamination and waste content in fibres can lead to better value of the cotton and hence better price for farmers.

decent work
Decent Work

Decent Work is a concept understood by BCI to describe work that provides opportunities to women and men to work productively in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity.

The goal is for all workers to enjoy International labour standards, employment and income opportunities, social protection and social security and social dialogue.

management system
Management System

BCI farmers are supported by a management system that incorporates the policies and procedures needed to ensure they meet the Better Cotton Principles and criterias. This can help farmers for success though continuous learning and improvement of best farming practices.


Incorporating sustainability into our business practices is crucial today.

With only one Earth, it's our duty to preserve it for future generations. Sustainability has always been at the forefront of our priorities.

  • 2024

    Transitioned our Earth Care range to BCI cotton

  • 2023

    Introduced biodegradable jute bags

  • 2020

    Switched to biodegradable compostable bags for packaging

  • 2010

    Introduced bamboo cotton towels and t-shirts

  • 2008

    Introduced an organic range

  • 2005

    One of the first suppliers to introduce a complete certified organic babies range

We see no end game to social responsibility and sustainability, only a continuous journey of learning, adapting and improving. Come join us!
  • Utilising recyclables like recycled polyester
  • Investing in product development that incorporates more natural materials such as hemp and bamboo
  • Sourcing eco-friendly dyes and decoration methods
  • Continue to research and invest in trends and best practices related to social responsibility

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