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Ethical and Transparent Supply Chain

We forge long-term and mutually strong partnerships with all of our suppliers. We know each of them by name and many are family-run businesses. All our factories have been independently audited for fair wages, work safety and adult-only employment.

GOTS Certified Organic Clothing and Muslin
GOTS, Global Organic Textile Standard, monitors an entirely organic process from farming the raw materials to dying the fabrics, manufacturing the textile and packaging the final product.

This means our GOTS certified organic clothing and organic muslin is:

  • Organic
  • Processed Manufactured Fairly
  • Meeting a High Standard of Social and Environmental Criteria


Carbon Offset

At Snuggle Hunny Kids we are committed to making a difference for ours and our childrens' future. Through our partnership with Greenfleet, we are working to offset the carbon emissions that are produced through business operations. Greenfleet is a not-for-profit organisation that plant biodiverse native forests in Australia on our behalf. These forests capture greenhouse gas emissions and help to protect our planet against the impacts of climate change.

Since 1997, Greenfleet have planted more than 9.2 million native trees across 500 bio-diverse forests in Australia and New Zealand to offset carbon emissions.

As they grow, Greenfleet forests absorb carbon emissions, improve soil and water quality, and restore habitat for native wildlife, including many endangered species. Greenfleet is Australia’s most respected source of biodiverse carbon offsets. Through practical climate action, Greenfleet is growing hope for our climate. Learn more at:

Offsetting Carbon with Greenfleet



This is an area where we have made inroads but still have a lot of work to do and we are working on this right now. 100% of our boxes are recycled or reused. We also reuse packaging materials wherever possible and recycle any left-over cardboard boxes.



We send donations of our Jersey Wraps and Muslin Swaddles to various NICU’s (neonatal intensive care units) around Australia.

NICU is one of the busiest areas of a hospital and most precious too. Many babies go to NICU and they are put in what’s called a “baby nest” and these are covered with a blanket to keep the baby warm. That blanket can feel uninviting and not personal for your baby's first few days in the world. Our wraps are soft, and breathe warmth and beauty into their nests.