One person's move to Cambodia in an attempt to make trade fair -- fair wages for producers and fair prices for consumers. Bloom eco-friendly bags are recycled bags hand made by fairly paid workers in Cambodia that are sought after by ethical consumers everywhere.
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
The Bloom team
One customer, Corey, from the US, took a series of photographs of Bloom. She aims to write a story on Bloom and get it published, to help raise awareness of our little project. We all had fun showing Corey our workshop and how we make the bags. Then we took her around Chhbar Ampou where the women live and Corey took some great pics of the women and their families. This one was taken outside the workshop. From left: Sareoun, Kamhut, Sipha, Neang, Sophea and Edany. I'm the one squatting in front! We are al carrying Bloom's handmade recycled fishfeed bags. Photo courtesy of Bloom customer Corey Torpie (www.coreytorpie.com).
Labels: Bloom Bags, Photos
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