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RAG is committed to building a business which sources products in an ethically, socially and environmentally responsible manner.

RAG acknowledges that this will involve a long road of continuous improvement, however, we have started along that road and are committed to the journey.


To provide a fair, safe and healthy work environment for the team in our Business and the people in our Supply Chain.
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To give back to our community through partnering with key organisations.


RAG is aware of the impact the apparel industry has on our planet and we are committed to making positive change.
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RAG engages with Baptist World Aid to provide transparency into the work we are doing to source our products in an ethical manner, uphold workers’ rights and manage our environmental footprint. Each year, Baptist World Aid releases an Ethical Fashion Report to help consumers make every day, ethical purchasing decisions when it comes to fashion. RAG uses this report to benchmark our progress and assist in developing our sustainable strategy and are proud to have upgraded our overall score from a C in 2019 to a B in 2021.


We know there is a long road ahead and we are proud of our ongoing commitment and the steps we’re taking. You can find a detailed report via


For more information on our sustainable initiatives, please contact us at: