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How To Save Our Planet

Bamboo Bliss: Intimates with purpose, the evolution of Boody with Shaun Greenblo

Season 1, Ep. 59

A central element of Boody's approach is the use of bamboo-based fabrics. We'll uncover the remarkable sustainability benefits of bamboo, from its rapid growth to its minimal water usage, and understand how it aligns perfectly with Boody's mission.

Transparency and honesty are at the heart of Boody's brand. We'll explore how Boody promotes these values in the fashion and e-commerce industry. Boody, Australia and New Zealand’s first B Corp Certified, sustainable underwear brand, is redefining the way we think about our clothing choices.

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