Lightweight Organic Cotton Terry - Grown & Made in USA - Black

$10.00 USD
  • Lightweight Organic Cotton Terry - Grown & Made in USA - Black
  • Lightweight Organic Cotton Terry - Grown & Made in USA - Black
  • Lightweight Organic Cotton Terry - Grown & Made in USA - Black

Lightweight Organic Cotton Terry - Grown & Made in USA - Black

$10.00 USD

Lightweight Organic Cotton Terry

Grown & Made in USA

Fiber Content: 100% USA GROWN Organic Cotton 

Width: 56-58"

Weight: 8.25oz/square yard

Length: per 1/2 yard (18") increment

****PLEASE NOTE: all textiles are sold per 1/2meter/yard
If you require 1 full meter = QTY 2, 2 meters = QTY 4 etc... 

 

MORE INFO:

100% GROWN IN USA

100% MADE IN USA

Made with Organic cotton grown in Texas by the Texas Organic Cotton Marketing Cooperative (TOCMC).

Scouring done without using harmful chemicals, instead by using a gentle biodegradable citrus scour. 

Bleached white is achieved through the use of hydrogen peroxide.  

Low impact dyes, low salt fiber reactive dyes, and utilizing low liquor jets that minimize dyestuff waste.

Wastewater is treated at the plant to ensure nothing environmentally harmful remains in the effluent.

IS THIS FABRIC GOTS CERTIFIED?

No. The organic certification comes from the Texas Department of Agriculture which is regulated and must adhere to the organic standards set forth by the USDA.

WHY ISNT THIS GOTS CERTIFIED?

As GOTS was created to regulate the textile and apparel industry overseas in lesser developed countries with little to no governmental or environmental regulations, we feel that GOTS certification is unnecessary for this fabric as they operate 100% within the USA which has regulatory bodies that enforce everything from child labor laws to environmental pollution.

Instead, we receive our organic certification by the bale from the Texas Department of Agriculture which is regulated by the USDA and all of the mills that process the organic cotton into fiber, then to fabric, adhere to the regulations set forth by presiding regulatory bodies of the USA, including but not limited to: US Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, OSHA, US Department of Labor, LEED, etc.

 


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Lightweight Organic Cotton Terry

Grown & Made in USA

Fiber Content: 100% USA GROWN Organic Cotton 

Width: 56-58"

Weight: 8.25oz/square yard

Length: per 1/2 yard (18") increment

****PLEASE NOTE: all textiles are sold per 1/2meter/yard
If you require 1 full meter = QTY 2, 2 meters = QTY 4 etc... 

 

MORE INFO:

100% GROWN IN USA

100% MADE IN USA

Made with Organic cotton grown in Texas by the Texas Organic Cotton Marketing Cooperative (TOCMC).

Scouring done without using harmful chemicals, instead by using a gentle biodegradable citrus scour. 

Bleached white is achieved through the use of hydrogen peroxide.  

Low impact dyes, low salt fiber reactive dyes, and utilizing low liquor jets that minimize dyestuff waste.

Wastewater is treated at the plant to ensure nothing environmentally harmful remains in the effluent.

IS THIS FABRIC GOTS CERTIFIED?

No. The organic certification comes from the Texas Department of Agriculture which is regulated and must adhere to the organic standards set forth by the USDA.

WHY ISNT THIS GOTS CERTIFIED?

As GOTS was created to regulate the textile and apparel industry overseas in lesser developed countries with little to no governmental or environmental regulations, we feel that GOTS certification is unnecessary for this fabric as they operate 100% within the USA which has regulatory bodies that enforce everything from child labor laws to environmental pollution.

Instead, we receive our organic certification by the bale from the Texas Department of Agriculture which is regulated by the USDA and all of the mills that process the organic cotton into fiber, then to fabric, adhere to the regulations set forth by presiding regulatory bodies of the USA, including but not limited to: US Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, OSHA, US Department of Labor, LEED, etc.