Organic fabric and organic textiles are grown and harvested in controlled areas with no chemicals, herbicides or pesticides used to enhance their growth. To help them grow, natural fertilisers are used, and the soil and water are carefully monitored throughout the growing process.
There are several organic trade associations worldwide who monitor and clarify whether the fibre can be certified as “organic.” Generally, a fabric can be called organic providing 95% of the material contains the organic fibre.
Organic textiles, such as organic cotton fabric, are growing ever more popular, thanks to their eco-friendly properties and their sustainability.
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