Posted on October 06 2015
This summer, the team at Beaumont Organic have been working hard to create the new www.beaumontorganic.com. With a completely new redesign to how you shop and a little re-branding, we hope you have been enjoying the updated look and feel of our new online home.
We hope everything’s running smoothly for you but as always, if you are having any problems you can email email@example.com or call the office on 0161 312 6130 – our office is open from 9.30am – 5.30pm and we’re always happy to help with any queries.
One of our new features we’d like to shout about are our brand new ‘Information Logos’. You can find these little symbols on each of our product pages or alternatively, you can view them all by clicking here to view our Logo Key. Each symbol tells a story about the benefits of a Beaumont Organic garment. They can help you to identify anything from the type of fabric, be it 100% Organic Cotton, Bamboo, Wool or Linen to where the garment has been made ethically, either in the UK or Portugal. They can even tell you additional information about the fabrics or yarns, for example whether they have been locally sourced or produced using sustainable and ethical processes.
Keep your eye out for an extra special logo - the ‘End of Roll Fabrics’ symbol. This is a brand new story for Beaumont Organic that has grown since we have been manufacturing here in Manchester, UK. Producing such small quantities and working closely with our factory and fabric suppliers means we have the ability to utilise ‘End of Roll Fabrics’. These materials aren’t always organic or natural but would have otherwise ended up as waste in landfill. Around £140 million worth of used clothing and textiles goes to landfill in the UK alone every year so if you see this logo on a garment, it means the style is a limited edition with only a small quantity ever being produced.
Make sure you also take the time to explore our new fabric pages which details all the benefits of our luxury fabrics. If you’re interested in our Ethical Production processes through which our garments are produced in the EU, then you find out more by clicking here and any other links at the bottom of any page.
We’d love to hear what you think of the new site so please get in touch via Facebook, Twitter, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or just grab the phone to speak to someone in person (0161 312 6130). If you have any suggestions for things you’d like to see on www.beaumontorganic.com or on the Journal then please get in touch!