Sustainability

Sustainability

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If you see this logo in the care label, it means that the clothes you are wearing are made of organic  cotton .

At the end of 2018, we decided to change our productions from the use of conventional cotton to organic cotton.

The organic cotton is certified. LETIS is the organization behind these certificates.

We have chosen to change all our current styles to organic cotton, therefore there may be a transitional period where the products have some sizes and colors in organic cotton and other sizes and colors in conventional cotton . Therefore, we have chosen to label the organic products with cotton flower, so that we can easily see the difference between the different products.

Our products in 100% organic  cotton  products are certified with GOTS sustainable Textil Methods certified by CERES. 

CERES controls that the products are made and handled within the standards of GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard version 5.0)  Read more about GOTS.  (Our supplier)

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Our organic 100%  cotton products are certified with OCS 100 sustainable Textil Methods certified by CERES. 

CERES controls that the products are made and handled within the standards of OCS (Organic Content Standard) Read more about OCS 100.

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Our organic cotton mixed products are certified with OCS blend sustainable Textil Methods certified by CERES. 

CERES controls that the products are made and handled within the standards of OCS (Organic Content Standard) Read more about OCS-Blend.

Most of the products you see are Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex certified test no. 19.HBD.82728 HOHENSTEIN HITTI.

In short, Oeko-Tex is a product brand with the nickname “Trust in Textiles” which ensures that all components of a product are tested for harmful substances.

You can read more about the Oeko-Tex label on the Oeko-Tex website click here.

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Our production in Bangladesh is BSCI certified. BSCI stands for “Business Social Compliance Initiative”

In short, our production in Bangladesh follows the “BSCI Code of Conduct”, which means, among other things, that with our production we contribute to social improvements in the supply chain that continuous improvements and development are made for the employees.

You can read more about BSCI at amfori´s website click here.

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