Superbly comfortable clothing that lasts

Fair Trade

Looking after the people in our supply chain


Looking after our natural future

Environmental and Social Responsibility 

Responsible workwear that your body loves

You want value for money - who doesn't ?

Our commitment to premium, high-quality sustainable aprons, chef and hospitality uniforms undoubtedly sets us apart from much of the competition. 

At CREAM Workwear, we want to ensure that value for money doesn’t equate to ecological damage through unsustainable and damaging farming practices or the support of sweatshops. 

At CREAM Workwear, we like to ensure that the farmers growing our cotton, and the manufacturers assisting in the production of our workwear employ fair trade practices. This means the people involved in the delivery of your uniforms are correctly paid, work decent hours and their working environment is suitable and sustainable.

Modern kitchens are more and more driven by a passion to cook healthier, sustainable, organic food that is excellent for the body and ‘good for the soul’. If we care about what we put into our bodies (or serve our customers), why don’t we care about what we wear on our bodies, or the impact on the environment? 

Have you ever considered the carbon footprint of what you wear? The impact making that item has had or what it is made out of? Polyester clothing is inorganic, chemically made material (it’s basically plastic). Conventional cotton requires large amounts of water and 5.7% of the world’s pesticides to grow (1kg of cotton uses up to 20,000 litres of water to produce – 1kg of cotton will make only one t-shirt and a pair of jeans). That’s a massive impact on the environment. 


Responsible workwear that your body loves

We have been inspired by the passion of chefs and the hospitality industry to promote and work with sustainable and organic produce. We are committed to taking that passion one step further. We want you, and your team, to experience a brand of uniforms that blend a designer, on trend look with comfort and sustainability. We insist on creating our designs using 100% organic cotton.At CREAM Workwear, we’re committed to being environmentally and socially responsible. We want your brand to be reflected in your chef jackets, aprons, shirts and pants. To ensure this, we only work with textile suppliers and manufacturers who meet our high standards of ethical and environmental responsibility.

Our commitment to premium, high-quality sustainable aprons, chef and hospitality uniforms undoubtedly sets us apart from much of the competition. 

 All our garments are made from eco-friendly fabric. Our fabrics are certified by Organic 100 Content Standard to guarantee they are 100% organic cotton and our manufacturers are certified for ethical employment and infrastructure compliance.


Our chef jackets, pants,aprons and hospitality uniforms can be put into compost where 98% of the garment will biodegrade including the covered buttons and metal buckles. Our aprons, chef jackets, pants and hospitality uniforms are all delivered in specially made 100% organic cotton bags, designed to fit your new clothing perfectly. 

Caring for the Environment

Our signature woven fabric uses 100% organic cotton, fully certified. Why should you care about organic cotton vs. conventional cotton? 

Non-organic cotton uses a large amount of the world’s pesticides and needs a lot of water to grow. This has a negative impact on the environment, which means that eventually, it will impact you! 

These toxic pesticides used for conventional farmed cotton negatively impacts natural wildlife, such as bees, pollinators, birds, earthworms, fresh water & marine lfe. These toxic pesticides wash off into the soil, reducing the soil’s capacity to grow crops the next year. They also wash into waterways and eventually the ocean, damaging nature along the way. And, they also impact negatively on the communities living around those crops. 

Once conventional cotton has been grown and harvested, the crop may be treated with petroleum scouring agents, softeners, brighteners, flame retardants, soil retardants, ammonia and formaldehyde. There have even been suggestions that some of the chemical residues are still present in the final garment and can potentially rub off on the wearer. 

The concept of organic farming includes efficient use of locally available resources along with adapted farming practices such as using natural rain resources, soil fertility management and natural management of pests and diseases. Organic farming brings hope back to farmers and the communities they live in.