Root's Assignment By:bella

Root's products are always made in a factory in Toronto, Ontario. The people that make the clothes are David Morgan and Matthew.

This picture is in the Roots factory in Toronto.

Roots was first found in 1973 in Toronto by Two amazing people that only made adults work because kids have to be educated and the two amazing people are Michael Budman and Don Green so here is a picture about them sharing products and Italian shoes.

This picture is Michael Budman and Don Green sharing the new look on shoes.
In this picture these pants are made of cotton/wool.

Root's is a big company. So in Root's there is 2000 employees.

The employees.

Here is a video about the making of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am & Parapan Am Games Medal Pouch of the Root's pants.

The target audience is mainly for everyone because there is kids pants and shoes and shirts and there is also women's pants and shoes and shirts and then they have men's shoes and shirts and pants.

There is 2 websites and they are: http://www.Roots.com and http://rootsinformation.com

The environmental impacts are that the packing are bags and after they use it, they use it again. So the environmental impacts are reusable. So the environmental impacts are really good. The Root's website says" More and more every season. We are continually developing eco-friendly products, increasing the use of organic cotton (which we first began experimenting with in 1989), recycled cotton, recycled polyesters and natural sustainable fabrics such as wool, bamboo, hemp and soy. With an excellent customer response, Roots has introduced products featuring environmental benefits throughout our collections of womenswear, menswear, baby wear and accessories. They include T-shirts, polos, tank tops, sweat tops and bottoms, dresses, yoga jackets, yoga wear, hats, socks, linen and baby clothes.

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