Why Choose Certified Organic Textiles?
Ensuring social, ethical and environmental responsibility through a transparent supply chain were fundamental to the development of Fou. The selection of organic cotton as the key material was based on the traceability and sustainability of the supply chain as well as the quality of this natural fibre.
The amount of organic cotton being used in products from fashion to furnishings is growing as more and more people choose to buy natural and organic products.
Why choose organic bedding?
Sleep is vital for health and wellbeing. We spend around a third of our lives in bed, so choosing bedding made from natural fabrics which are grown without synthetic additives or pesticides and is made from natural and biodegradable fibres is the natural, healthiest choice for you and your family. Organic cotton can improve sleep health, our bed should be a safe haven where we rest, restore, dream and replenish.
‘When I wake up, I am reborn’ Mahatma Ghandi
Organic cotton is breathable helping to regulate the bodies temperature naturally, the soft feel is from the weave of the cloth rather than chemical processing which has a density and softness even after regular washing. The benefits of hypoallergenic organic cotton bedding to allergic and sensitive skins are clear, lack of chemical additives and no chemical dyes or pesticides..
Choosing organic cotton is choosing better quality. GOTS (link) industry standard ensures products made with guaranteed prime quality materials provides peace of mind for our customers as a reliable product guarantee.
‘Quality is not an act, it’s a habit’ Aristotle
Organic cotton has a much lower environmental footprint. Unlike conventional cotton, the production of organic cotton is pesticide free and uses significantly less water and energy. Certified organic cotton is grown under strict regulations and the crops are harvested without the use of toxic pesticides. Choosing organic cotton promotes safe work and better livelihoods, farmers are not exposed to toxic chemicals in the field or through their food and water supply.
‘Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better’ Albert Einstein