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GOTS is recognised as the most important standard for sustainable production of garments and textile products made of natural fibres from organic farming such as organic cotton.

The Global Organic Textile Standard has been developed by leading international organisations
in organic farming in order to ensure that the consumer is provided with organic textile products
obtained in compliance with strict environmental and social criteria applied at all levels of the
production, from the harvesting of natural fibres to the subsequent manufacturing phases, up to
labelling of the finished product.

The OCS applies to all textile manufacturing processes beginning ginning, then spinning and the following textile ennobling processes.
All textile products may be certified according to the OCS standard if they are composed of at least 5% of certified organic natural fibres.

Global Recycle Standard (GRS) is promoted by Textile Exchange, one of the most important no-profit organization that promotes international responsible and sustainable development in the textile industry.
With this standard, Textile Exchange acknowledges the crucial importance of recycling for the growth of a sustainable production and consumption model; it aims to encourage the reduction of resource consumption (virgin raw materials, water and energy) and to increase the quality of recycled products.

The Cotton made in Africa initiative has set itself the goal since 2005 to sustainably improve the living conditions of cotton farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa, not through donations, but on the principle of helping people to help themselves through trade: African smallholders learn about efficient and environmentally friendly cultivation methods through agricultural training and at the same time, an international alliance of textile companies purchases the Cotton made in Africa raw material and pays a licensing fee to use the seal.

Cotton is one of the world’s most important natural fibres. It’s used by nearly everyone on Earth every day, it’s a renewable natural resource, but only if we manage it responsibly. To safeguard the future of cotton “there has to be a better way”: that way, it’s called Better Cotton.

 
ISO 9001:2015 sets out the criteria for a quality management system. This standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement.
 
OEKO-TEX® is an international association of independent research and testing institutes focused on enhancing both product safety and sustainable production in the textile industry.
COTTON USA™ is synonymous with quality. Research officially confirms that consumers perceive U.S. cotton-containing finished goods to be more stylish, comfortable and durable. They also believe that more reputable manufacturers make these higher quality products.
OEKO-TEX® is an international association of independent research and testing institutes focused on enhancing both product safety and sustainable production in the textile industry.
Cotton is one of the world’s most important natural fibres. It’s used by nearly everyone on Earth every day, it’s a renewable natural resource, but only if we manage it responsibly. To safeguard the future of cotton “there has to be a better way”: that way, it’s called Better Cotton.

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