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All Wrapped Up

The Wicklow family behind Ireland's first organic Fairtrade cotton company

29th May, 2016
16
Throw from 95, whiteandgreen.ie

We may all love our beds, but how much thought do we really give to how we dress them? We pay attention to the thread count of our sheets and the feel of the fabric, but often don’t think too hard about where the materials they’re made of have come from.

For the Winckworth family, a lot of thought, time and effort has been given to exactly that. Their new venture,...

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