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Meet the Makers: Guala Goud- Organic Cotton Farmer

Meet the Makers: Guala Goud- Organic Cotton Farmer

In this series #MeetTheMaker, our Co-Founder, Rebecca, interviews some of our cotton farmers to find out about about their involvement in the cotton industry. We're passionate about creating high quality products and this cannot be done without understanding the provenance of our materials and the producers who make them.

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What is Organic Cotton? Why it’s important and what you should know!

What is Organic Cotton? Why it’s important and what you should know!

When we think of “organic”, we mostly think about food products, such as fruit, vegetables and meat. But did you know that any product that is made or cultivated in agriculture can be organic too? For example, clothing, homeware, personal care and lifestyle products, and this includes fibres such as cotton, which are grown on plants.

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What is Fair Trade? Why it matters and how you can support it.

What is Fair Trade? Why it matters and how you can support it.

Have you ever wondered where your favourite chocolate bar or go-to t-shirt comes from? Farming crops such as cocoa for our chocolate, cotton for our clothing and coffee beans for our caffeine addictions, provides the livelihood for millions of hardworking farmers living across the world.

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White & Green- An Irish Bedding Company Empowering Women In India’s Cotton Sector

White & Green- An Irish Bedding Company Empowering Women In India’s Cotton Sector

To view the article on original site, click here. by Lydia Bowers Indian Women: photocredit @Cotton_Connect Cotton is the most widely-used natural fibre in the world. It is used most prominently in the global fashion and textiles industries, yet the majority of cotton production is inefficient and unsustainable. In India, one of the world’s largest cotton […] The post White & Green- An Irish Bedding Company Empowering Women In India’s Cotton Sector appeared first on White & Green.

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