Baby Grows by Frugi

Short Sleeved Organic Cotton Baby Grows (2 pack) – £12

These 100% organic cotton Frugi baby grows are incredibly soft against even the most sensitive baby skin, are less irritable to eczema-prone skin, and use nickel-free poppers to prevent allergic reactions. Because the fibres in organic cotton aren’t broken down by chemicals used in farming and processing regular cotton not only do they have that lovely super soft feel but they are also more durable, lasting longer than standard baby clothes and therefore working out as better value for money in the long-term. With the company committed to ensuring socially conscious business models from all of its suppliers and giving back to the environment straight out of its yearly turnover you also know that your money is going further to help the planet and ethical business practices.

Frugi is based in the UK, and all of their products are made using organic cotton that has been certified by organisations that also require manufacturers to work in a safe environment with guaranteed minimum wages and no child labour. They ship internationally.



Environmentally-Friendly-(large)All Frugi clothes are GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and Soil Association certified. Farming organic cotton supports sustainable agriculture and doesn’t use poisonous pesticides, so it’s better for the planet.

Gives Back

Gives back - badge1% of the company’s yearly turnover is donated to sustainability initiatives through ‘1% For The Planet’ – currently the charities supported are The Bumblebee Conservation Trust, The Wildlife Trust, Cornwall Wildlife Trust.

In addition to this every year Frugi warehouse clearance sales are used to raise money for the Navbharat Orphanage in Mumbai, India. Donations have so far been used to pay for school fees, transportation, school uniforms, books, shoes and school bags for the children.

Fairly Traded

Fairly traded-(large)GOTS and the Soil Association both require that manufacturers also meet a minimum set of social as well as environmental criteria, but Frugi also make sure that all of the factories used in their supply chain have the SA8000 certification (which means that they are an Ethically Correct Certified Company). This certification goes further than the requirements for GOTS and Soil Association certification, meaning that they can be sure that the basic human rights of workers as laid out by UN are protected – they don’t use child labour, all workers have rights, work in safe environment, and are guaranteed minimum wages. On top of this, manufacturers must commit to supplying all workers and their families with health insurance.