Chocolate&Nut Eco-Friendly Sunglasses Handmade

Chocolate&Nut is an eco-friendly sunglasses developer and supplier that also creates vintage accessories and all of them are 100% eco-friendly which is one more factor why we #Love them..

Chocolate&Nut provides high-quality wood sunglasses and also devices made from organic materials such as leather, wood, or cotton canvas, and spread ecological recognition in the most fashionable means possible.

Eco-Friendly Sunglasses

They also craft leather bags, leather knapsacks, brief-cases, timber sunglasses, wooden watches, and other devices – these accessories will certainly be coming quickly @MySmallStore.

The dedication to sustainability and to the workers is to develop sturdy items to expand their life cycle as well as additionally to plant trees around the world to benefit the neighborhood areas, fight environment change, lower carbon discharges and also raise the natural environment for all, including human beings.

Chocolate&Nut believes in “A Globe Empowered by the Energetic Preservation of The Atmosphere.” Take your Represent Our Planet's future.

Eco-Friendly Sunglasses, you said?

Yes, and that's something we all need to be aware of and thinking about very seriously. Did you know that overall 600,000,000 sunglasses are sold in the US every year? Did you know that ONE company manufactures most of of glasses sold in the world?

Luxottica, an Italian company who owns Ray-Ban, Essilor, Persol, Oakley, LensCrafters, OPSM, Sunglass Hut, Apex by Sunglasshut, Eyemed, Pearle Vision, Sears Optical,, Onesight, Target Optical, etc and manufacture for many brands including Giorgio Armani, Bulgari, Chanel, Coach, Michael Kors, Prada, Versace, etc and even Oakley and Ray Ban which Luxottica owns 🙁 and no need to say these are NOT eco-friendly sunglasses.

Another fact, 70% of glasses and sunglasses are manufactured in one city: Wenzhou, China. About 10 million people living in the city and suburbs. The pollution levels are extremely high: air pollution 90/100, water pollution 75/100, compared to Los Angeles which classified not good at all with 60/100 in air pollution…

Mass producing anything is bad for the environment, the workers and has a final impact on us as consumers.

We (I) fired a major brand when they moved their production to Wenzhou.

Going eco-friendly using recycled, sustainable material is terrific with a limit. I visited a plant in the US that recycles plastic bottle of water and it's everything BUT environment friendly. it is EXTERMELLY polluting, between plastic dust, chemical product used, energy cost…  ARGH…

Chocolate&Nut is using natural wood to make their eco-friendly sunglasses and leather to make their bags – don't roll your eyes crying for the animals. In many countries, animals are slaughtered for their meat and their skin is processed to make leather… thus making it sustainable (and beautiful, but not vegan).

When you pick your eco-friendly sunglasses, pick wood and recycled wood, skip recycled plastic and all metal as these are environment unfriendly when it comes to manufacturing the raw material.

Yes, they are more expensive than mass produced sunglasses but YOU must decide between uniqueness, environment friendly, workers' rights and price – My Small Store made a choice.



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