Subject line: Highly reliable products for our valued clientele

GOTS certification, like any other certification, is a way to convince consumers and stakeholders that your product or service is trustworthy in the eyes of an expert. The specialists in this situation would be the accreditation providers, such as The Soil Association, the UK's largest organic certification group. The Global Textile Standard takes into account a number of environmental and social issues that enterprises must meet in order to be certified. This covers items like:

  • Use of GOTs approved colorants 
  • Technical quality for color fastness and shrinkage
  • Assessment of toxicity and biodegradability
  • Occupational health and safety (OHS)
  • Ruling out discrimination, child labor, harassment and violence 

A GOTS accreditation instantly lends credibility to whatever environmental or social statements your company makes. As a result, your offering will be more reliable and enticing to conscious buyers. As a result, obtaining a GOTS certification is an excellent first step, particularly if you have already decided to switch to organic cotton. Why? Independent certification of the complete supply chain can bolster your efforts, confirming what you already know to be true to others.

Exploring bedding labels

Have you ever stood in the middle of a store aisle, looking at bedding labels and thread counts, unsure what they all meant? Almost everyone has experienced it. It happened just a few weeks ago, in fact. We're all seeking for fresh designs for our bedsheets, whether it's because we require cotton sheets, flannel sheet, or organic cotton sheets for our home bedding, and we're always debating which bedding brand to go with.

The bedding you choose has an impact on the aesthetics of your room as well as the quality of your sleep. Bedding is one of the most important purchases you can make for your home. That's why you'll be overjoyed if you're the lucky winner of one of our bedding makeovers this autumn. As the fiber length of cotton rises, it becomes stronger and softer. Furthermore, the longer the staple, the higher the quality and price. It's critical to understand what "thread-count" implies while buying for bed linens. When it comes to sheets, less is sometimes more. Thread-count refers to the thread's quality. It refers to how much room a single ounce of thread takes up; the higher the thread power, the more space it takes up.

 

 

 

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