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Industry of All Nations

Rated: It's a start

price: $$$$

location: United States

Industry of All Nations has been a leader in research and development with a commitment to rethinking methods of production for consumer goods.

Industry of All Nations sustainability rating


4 out of 5


2 out of 5


2 out of 5

Overall rating: It's a start

Our ratings are based on a scale from 1 (We avoid) to 5 (Great) How we rate

Our “Planet” rating evaluates brands based on the environmental policies in their supply chains, from carbon emissions and Wastewater to business models and product circularity. Here we rate Industry of All Nations “Good”. These are a few factors influencing its score:

  • It uses a medium proportion of lower-impact materials including organic cotton.
  • It uses lower-impact materials that help limit the chemicals, water, and wastewater in its Supply Chain.
  • It manufactures its products by hand to reduce its climate impact.
  • It opts for vegetable tanned leather over chemical-heavy tanning processes.
  • There’s no evidence it takes action to minimise its packaging, which is a driver of plastic waste.

Workers’ rights are central to our “People” rating, which assess brands’ policies and practices on everything from child labour to living wages and gender equality. Here we rate Industry of All Nations “Not Good Enough”. These are a few factors influencing its score:

  • It sources its Final Stage of Production from countries with extreme risk of labour abuse.
  • There's no evidence it has a Code of Conduct but it has a formal statement covering workers' rights.
  • It’s not clear if it ensures workers are paid living wages in its supply chain.
  • It visits its suppliers but does not state how often.

Brands’ animal welfare policies and, where applicable, how well they trace their animal-derived products are the focus of our “Animals” rating. Here we rate Industry of All Nations “Not Good Enough”. These are a few factors influencing its score:

  • There’s no evidence it has an animal welfare policy.
  • It appears to use leather, wool, and exotic animal hair.
  • It doesn’t appear to use down, fur, angora, or exotic animal skin.

Based on all publicly available information we’ve reviewed, we rate Industry of All Nations “It's a Start” overall.

Last updated February 2023