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Organic cotton is better for the planet.

Cotton field.

Farming with the world in mind.

Organic cotton is produced and certified to organic agricultural standards, just like the organic food we eat. Its production sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people by using natural processes rather than artificial inputs. Organic cotton farming does not allow the use of toxic chemicals or GMOs. Instead, it combines tradition, innovation and science to benefit the shared environment and promotes a better quality of life for all involved.

Organic cotton farmer in India.

Statistically significant.

In 2014, Textile Exchange commissioned a Life Cycle Assessment on organic cotton and found significant, measurable environmental benefits compared to conventional cotton.

Statistics provided by Textile Exchange.
To learn more, visit aboutorganiccotton.org

Organic cotton farmer has access to clean well water on his property in India.

Protecting the planet.

We partner with the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) to certify our entire supply chain. Below is an overview of the certification standard for environmental criteria.

All chemical inputs (e.g. dyes, auxiliaries and process chemicals) must be evaluated and meet basic requirements on toxicity and biodegradability/eliminability.
All operators must have an environmental policy including target goals and procedures to minimize waste and discharges.
Prohibition of critical inputs such as toxic heavy metals, formaldehyde, aromatic solvents, functional nano particles, genetically modified organisms (GMO) and their enzymes.
Wet processing units (dye houses) must keep full records of the use of chemicals, energy, water consumption and waste water treatment, including the disposal of sludge. The waste water from all wet processing units must be treated in a functional waste water treatment plant.
Bleaches must be based on oxygen (no chlorine bleaching).
Packaging material must not contain PVC. Paper or cardboard used in packaging material, hang tags, swing tags etc. must be recycled or certified according to FSC or PEFC.
Discharge printing methods using aromatic solvents and plastisol printing methods using phthalates and PVC are prohibited.
To learn more about the GOTS standard,
visit global-standard.org
To learn more about the GOTS standard, visit global-standard.org

Worker pulling fabric in GOTS certified dye house in India.

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