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Period undies brand Modibodi is now B Corp certified

Published February 5, 2024
Girls wearing Modibodi

Global absorbent apparel brand Modibodi® announced this week it has achieved certification as a B Corp business.

The B Corp Certification recognizes Modibodi’s adherence to high standards of verified performance, accountability, and transparency. The certification spans various aspects, including employee benefits, charitable initiatives like the Game Changer Grant, supply chain practices, and the use of sustainable fabrics. The company’s actions align with four pillars: Climate Action, Circular Design, Responsible Sourcing, and Social Impact.

Modibodi’s period-proof underwear and leak-proof ranges are designed to resemble traditional underwear, incorporating scientifically proven technology and crafted from sustainable, recycled, premium fabrics.

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Kerry Cusack, Modibodi Executive Director, said; “Modibodi has become a ‘Certified B Corp Business,’ reflecting our values and dedication to continuous improvement for a better business for all. As pioneers in leak-proof apparel, our business revolves around trust, authenticity, and sustainable product design, keeping consumers’ needs at the forefront.”

To achieve B Corporation Certification, Modibodi underwent the B Impact Assessment, measuring its impact on people and the planet across various stakeholders. The rigorous process requires companies to score at least 80 points across all impact areas, with Modibodi achieving an impressive 97 points. The certification emphasizes inclusive decision-making processes and mandates recertification every three years, fostering continuous improvement.

Certified B Corporations, such as Modibodi, play a pivotal role in the global movement for an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economy. The certification uniquely measures a company’s comprehensive social and environmental impact.

Modibodi now joins the esteemed global B Corp community, which includes renowned brands like Patagonia, All Birds, Eileen Fischer, Camper, and Ganni.

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