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Track My T

Anvil Knitwear provides an interactive site (& soon a "Shirt Scan" mobile app) that enables you to type a shirt label # or scan a QSR code to track and learn about your shirt's journey and environmental impact.

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Check it out at http://www.trackmyt.com



Covered steps include farm, gin, spinner, mill, cut & sew, distribution, & you.



The interactive site is also very child friendly and includes video, images, producer bios, certifications, tips for environmental shirt care/washing, history/lesson plans, etc.



It's a work in progress and currently mainly kid-directed and for their children's shirts, but definitely a good example of where things can head (food agriculture & otherwise).

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Love the site Vincent. We are working on a platform to do this for food, and your visuals are really great. We looked deeply into things like Icebreaker (I notice them mentioned on this site) but you have a pretty novel approach, and got my brain turning:)

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