A lot of time and love is invested in the creation of our products, which are hand-made by small manufacturers in Mexico and Germany.

Cho’jac – Fair Trade implemented sustainably.

Check out the video about our gratis workshops in collaboration with NGO Impacto in Chiapas, Mexico.

There we organize easy access classes in braiding and cultural education about the ancient technique of braiding net bags for the local communities – free of charge.

We are part of CIPRI worldwide movement supporting the recognition of cultural IP rights© for craftsmen and women who are the custodians and transmitters of traditional garments, traditional designs and traditional manufacturing techniques.

Also we proudly engage in the New Euopean Bauhaus. The aim of the initiative is to support the European Green Deal as part of an interdisciplinary and participatory process through innovative ideas and concepts and it follows the basic values of sustainability, aesthetics and inclusivity. NEB connects experts, companies, institutions and actors from society in the areas of construction, culture, social coexistence and art in order to rethink sustainable life in Europe and beyond.

Cho’jac items is part of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation community. The purpuose of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation is creating a circular economy, which is designed to eliminate waste and pollution, circulate products and materials (at their highest value), and regenerate nature. It’s an economic system that delivers better outcomes for people, and the environment.