Goodkraft garments are made in our 60-person factory in beautiful Antigua, Guatemala.
Goodkraft employees are among the highest paid garment workers in Central America. Entry-level employees earn twice the fair wage minimum*, while experienced team members earn over 3x the fair wage. In addition, the company provides various incentive-based bonuses throughout the year. Employees receive benefits such as 12 week maternity leave, free in-home medical consultation for all family members, free transportation to and from work, a zero-interest personal loan program, and training and certification programs paid for by Goodkraft.
All of the custom-made fabrics used in Goodkraft products are sourced with US-grown cotton or poly-blend fabric. We use a sustainable model for sourcing local fabrics by purchasing production overages from large factories. Without this secondary market these fabrics would otherwise end up in landfill.
Goodkraft is a licensed exporter certified by the Guatemalan government through an environmental study and factory safety audit. The company has voluntarily implemented 100% biodegradable packaging for all products.
Goodkraft supports its local community through partnerships with multiple NGOs including MAIA Impact School, Women's Justice Initiative, WINGS Guatemala, From Houses to Homes, and the Maya Health Alliance.