Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton

When we’re talking about food, organic generally means it’s free from synthetic pesticides or herbicides, which means less harmful chemicals in our bodies and in the environment. Organic cotton follows these same principles — it’s a natural fibre that’s grown sustainably and is free from synthetic chemicals and GMOs. As a holistic style of farming, organic agriculture prioritises the health of the surrounding environment and the people working in that environment — resulting in cleaner waterways, healthier soil and improved air quality for all to enjoy.

Benefits of using organic cotton -
Natural Fibre - Organic cotton is cotton that is produced and certified to organic agricultural standards.

Grown Sustainably - As a holistic style of farming, organic agriculture prioritises the long-term health of the environment and the people in that environment.

GMO Free - Organic cotton is free from genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

No Synthetic Chemicals - Organic cotton is free from synthetic pesticides or herbicides.

Helps Keep Drinking Water Clean - Using natural processes, organic agriculture helps to conserve water and maintain cleaner waterways.

Nurtures Healthier Soil - Supports healthier soil through natural crop rotation, intercropping and composting.

Our Pledge - As part of our commitment to driving transparency in the cotton supply chain, we are signatories to the Responsible Sourcing Network’s (RSN) Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan Cotton Pledges to end slavery. Our Responsible Materials Code prohibits sourcing from Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and the Xinjiang region of China.

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Woman wearing grey Macpac organic cotton tee