This morning I saw this headline in a big national newspaper: 'Barely proof of good wages in clothing brands'. In the article, which refers to a recent survey of the 'Clean Clothes Campaign', it was further mentioned that the big clothing brands want to pay their factory workers a fair wage, but there is no hard evidence that this is actually happening. According to the survey, many companies lack a good standard for what is a livable wage. For cees n co fair manufacturing and fair wages are a fundamental starting point. Therefore, our shirts are not made in low wage countries in Asia or Africa, but by a reputable company in Portugal, with good and sound working conditions. This way we can be sure that the workers who work for us get paid adequately.