Launching next week, Zady will carry over 30 labels and uses icons to indicate whether something is locally sourced, handmade, eco-friendly, and more.

Due to launch on August 27th, Zady is an e-commerce site from former law clerk Maxine Bédat and digital media strategist Soraya Darabi. Carrying over thirty labels, it aims to be a global destination for shoppers who care about where their products come from.

The goal is to provide the highest quality products available and connect shoppers with the makers who produce them. The site boasts ‘transparency of production' and each product is reviewed using the Zady criteria for sustainability.

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