For 3 years in a row (2018, 2019 e 2020) C&A achieved the highest score at the Fashion Transparency Index of Brazil (Índice
de Transparência da Moda no Brasil), that measures the willingness of companies to disclose their labor practices and the impacts they cause on society and the environment.
Participation in the Fashion Revolution Forum, with the presence of a C&A case in the 2019 e-book.
The company has had the "green light" at App Moda Livre since its launch in 2013. It assesses how brands fight slave labor through a questionnaire, answered voluntarily by the brands, and a history, prepared by the Repórter Brasil team with based on federal government inspections.
In 2016 C&A was regocnized for the launch of the more sustainable jeans. In 2017, two initiatives were awarded: In the category of processes with the Sustainable Supply Network case and in products due to the use of More Sustainable Cotton. In 2018, there were two other initiatives, the Reverse Product Logistics, with our Electronic Waste program and the Movimento ReCiclo and the First Cradle to Cradle (C2C) ™ Gold Level Certified T-Shirt. In 2019, in the process category, the award was handed due to the case of the C&A Participatory Monitoring Program, which aims to train selected suppliers to self-monitor their production network with the same standards and auditing systems as C&A's.
In 2018 C&A received the Ecoera award in recognition of the company's sustainability practices. The initiative devised by sustainability expert Chiara Gadaleta analyzes the fashion, beauty and design markets through socio-environmental indicators.
C&A is present in the Great Place to Work ranking - Best Companies for Working in Retail in 2019. GPTW evaluates the cultural practices of certified companies and recognizes those with the best results.