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Tandy Leather Factory Inc.

Our Opinion

Tandy Leather Factory Inc. is implicated in the exploitation of animals due to its primary business of selling leather products. The company profits from the sale of leather goods, including belts, bags, shoes, and various accessories, all derived from animal hides.

Supporting Evidence:

A visit to Tandy Leather Factory Inc.’s website showcases a wide range of leather products available for purchase. These products are explicitly marketed and sold as genuine leather items, indicating the company’s direct involvement in the sale of animal-derived materials. The production of leather involves slaughtering animals for their hides, followed by tanning and processing, which may involve environmentally harmful chemicals and practices.

Company Description

Tandy Leather Factory, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, retails leather and leathercraft-related items in the United States, Canada, and Spain. It offers leather, hand tools, hardware, kits, liquids, teaching materials, open workbenches, machine, and other supplies. The company sells its products to retail customers, including hobbyists, schools, camps, other businesses, as well as military and first responders under the Tandy Leather, Eco-Flo, Craftool, CraftoolPro, Dr. Jackson’s, and TandyPro brand names. The company was formerly known as The Leather Factory, Inc. and changed its name to Tandy Leather Factory, Inc. in 2005. Tandy Leather Factory, Inc. was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas.

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