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Organic farming is not about only farming without chemicals. It is also about the environment, agricultural traditions, traditional seeds, animal welfare, farming communities, sensible energy use, soil and water conservation. It is also about us and our family, our health and our welfare.Organic farming is a way of farming which excludes the use of chemicals, fertilizers, insecticides, herbicides, etc. It is primarily based on the principles of use of natural organic inputs and biological plant protection measures. Properly managed organic farming reduces or eliminates water pollution and helps conserve water and soil on the farm thereby enhances sustainability and agro-biodiversity.
Organic Cotton is grown & prepared in a natural way without exploitation of the environment.
Organic cotton growers work together in preserving & protecting their farm land, using organic, natural & safe farming methods.
Organic Cottons are safe & irritant free.
Organic Cotton clothes are dyed without hard chemicals.
Organic Cotton colours are of low impact & environmentally friendly.
Organic cotton is softer, more durable, more luxurious and healthier not only for humans but also for our fragile environment!
Organic cotton is grown without toxic chemicals so it...
- Eliminates contamination in the soil, air and water supply
- Supports a system of sustainable agriculture
- Reduces incidence of chemical sensitivity, cancer, allergies, asthma, rashes and other health issues for both farmers and consumers
- Is valued worldwide for its lustrous fibers, strength & durability.
- Is incredibly fine, silky soft & comfortable
- Doesn’t just feel good its grown good
- Grown & processed without use of harmful chemicals. It ensures healthy start for us & our baby. It cares for us naturally.
- Easy care machine wash on cold or warm with environmentally friendly laundry detergent & tumble dry on low or line dry. Do not use fabric softener or bleach.
A ‘counter-movement’ to fast-fashion, clothing line designed with fair trade practices, high-quality sustainable fabrics, and functionality in mind…sounds out of reach but in fact, it is not. www.cottonecofashion.com has been bringing all of these qualities and more to the sustainable fashion and continues to expand their product offering each season. Created in Umbergaon, Gujarat state of India, www.cottonecofashion.com exceeds expectations.
Ethical fashion, a new concept in recent years, not only focuses on the sustainability of fashion products, but also on the production processes, materials, fair trade, and even the design and technology involved.
In today’s global economy, we believe that the best way to uphold our commitment to sustainability and social responsibility is by supporting and promoting small-scale manufacturers and organic farmers across the globe.
All of our products are carefully selected for quality, purity, safety and are produced in such a way that cares for the earth and its workers. We want our children to grow up in a beautiful, non-toxic world. We are concerned about toxicity and the commercial drive of much of what's on shop shelves has sparked many parents to consider what their alternatives are and here comes CEF.
Our clothes are thoughtfully designed, processed and produced from cotton which is organically cultivated and certified. The cotton has been hand-picked of insects, and processed without the use of harmful chemicals, fertilizers & pesticides. It is proudly hand-produced in India and is fair traded for the benefit of all people taking part in the production process. The result is an Organic Clothing which respects the delicate balance of nature for generations to come. Being produced entirely from organic material they are completely free of any chemical residue. They do not have finishing chemicals on it such as bleaches and fire-retardants which contain dangerous chemicals such as formaldehyde. Our cotton is dyed without heavy metal dyes.
Conventionally grown cotton is one of the most environmentally destructive crops grown in the world today, requiring huge amounts of pesticides. Contrary to common perceptions, ordinary cotton is not necessarily as "pure and natural" as we're led to believe. In fact, conventional cotton farming represents less than 3% of the world's farmland but accounts for over 25% of insecticide and pesticide use, making it one of the most heavily sprayed crops on the planet. According to the Organic Trade Association (www.ota.com), by purchasing products made from organic fiber, you are supporting a system of agriculture that works to build healthy soils and a healthy environment.