Designed to solve the olive’s perennial problem: Where to put the pits? Fill the ceramic server with your favorite olives—pimento, kalamata, the delicious little wrinkly ones—and hide unsightly pits in the removable compartment, which hooks onto the bowl. Gone is the separate, all-too-familiar “pit bowl”, and in its place is a modern design that’s easy to clean and sure to make other snack servers green (and black) with envy.
Responsible Business Practices
Alfareria Tradicional's mission is to preserve the manufacturing of handmade majolica pieces in the city of Guanajuato. In this way, they preserve a tradition that the city has had for many centuries.
Alfareria Tradicional's starting wage is nearly twice the minimum wage of Mexico. Employees on average earn three times the minimum.
paid time off
All receive vacation time (minimum six days if they have been working for a minimum of one year, and 15 days of Christmas holiday time off).
recycling primary/secondary materials
Water used to wash and prepare the clay is recycled. Pieces that did not pass quality control on the bisque before they are fired are recycled. Broken pieces from the bisque are recycled, and some are used to cover gardens or dirt roads.
Alfareria Tradicional does not have a charitable giving program, but meet all other Collection criteria.
Environmentally Friendly Materials
Ceramic, a natural source material
Corrugated boxes are made from recycled materials and recyclable. Recyclable bubble wrap is used to protect the pieces.
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