Clothing, footwear and logoed products.
From the Follett Higher Education Group website: In 1995, Follett became the first academic retailer to develop standards for fair labor practices in the manufacture of collegiate products. In doing so, we assumed a leadership position on the issue of child and sweatshop labor. Partnering with Global Social Compliance, Follett monitors factories to ensure that no child or sweatshop labor is used to make products sold in our stores. Follett purchases only from reputable and responsible vendors that meet or exceed our strict Vendor Labor Code of Conduct.