Why organic cotton?
Organic cotton requires lower water consumption and does not entail the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilisers. This means it is better for the environment, for farmers, and for us.
- Organic cotton is grown without chemical pesticides and fertilizers, protecting farmers and the environment.
- It requires 62% less energy to be produced (Textile Exchange report 2016).
- Overall 46% less climate impact compared to conventional cotton (Textile Exchange report 2016).
Organic cotton is cotton grown without the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers – and no genetically modified organisms (GMO). According to Textile Exchange report 2016, choosing organic cotton means 46% less climate impact compared to conventionally grown cotton.