Fruit of the Loom
Fruit of the loom is an American company that manufactures clothing. They are one of the largest company that offers various types of clothing like printable t shirts. Fruit of the loom launched different types of t shirts that are of premium quality and ensures comfortability.
T shirts of Fruit of the Loom has consistency in colours across all men, women and childrens sections. The company also uses eco-friendly dyes and has run through several testings to achieve and maintain the colour’s consistency. Fruit of the loom uses the finest raw materials like cotton. Their 100% cotton shirts are manufactured with a fine knit gauge that is best for printing. They only use their ethically produced yarn and all their produced garments are Oeko Tex Certified 100 approved. This signifies that the garments are safe and has no harmful substances for humans and the environment. The company has set their very own standards called the fruit code, not only for the Fruit of the Loom, Inc but also for their authorized suppliers.
Their massive manufacturing plant also has their own substation, water treatment and recycling facilities. Their water treatment facility recycles 60% of the water they use, returning it to the river cleaner than before. The company produces over 2 million garments per week and delivered to 75 countries. The companies’ supply chain also ensures there is always an available 50 million of stocks to cater the needs and demand of the market. Each and every garment was ensured to have premium quality and was ethically produced. Fruit of the Loom is definitely the best quality produced in the best possible way.
The Fruit of the Loom brand dates back to 1851 in Rhode Island when Robert Knight, a textile mill owner, visited his friend, Rufus Skeel. Mr. Skeel owned a small shop in Providence, Rhode Island, that sold cloth from Mr. Knight's mill. Mr. Skeel's daughter painted images of apples and applied them to the bolts of cloth. The ones with the apple emblems proved most popular. Mr. Knight thought the labels would be the perfect symbol for his trade name, Fruit of the Loom