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The Organic Content Standard (OCS) certificate applies, among other things, to textile products containing 95-100 percent ecological material. It allows to capture the content and amount of ecological material in a final product and to track the raw material from the source to the final product.

The Fairtrade seal for cotton stands for raw cotton that has been fairly grown and traded. The cotton in textiles bearing this seal is 100% Fairtrade certified. The path of the raw cotton processed in the final product is traceable right back to the origin. In other words, fair trade cotton can be processed separately from conventional cotton at every stage of production and processing.

The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is a globally standardized, independent testing and certification system for textile raw materials, intermediate and end products of all processing stages as well as used accessory materials. The central requirement of the standard is the development of test criteria, limit values ​​and test methods on a scientific basis. Based on its extensive and strict catalog of measures with several hundred regulated individual substances.

REACH Compliance Certificate is a European Union regulation adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks posed by chemicals while increasing the competitiveness of the chemical industry in the EU. In addition, it encourages alternative methods to identify harmful effects of substances in order to reduce the number of animal experiments.

The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) is an initiative of the Foreign Trade Association (FTA), which brings together trade and manufacturing companies. The aim of the initiative is the worldwide improvement of working conditions. Members of the BSCI commit to apply the BSCI Code of Conduct in their supply chain. Suppliers are controlled at least every two years by independent testing organizations.

The Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) is an NPO founded in 2000 due to improper working conditions in sewing factories in developing countries. WRAP sets a standard and assigns certificates, but has no members. The initiative describes itself as an independent NPO committed worldwide to certifying facilities that produce under lawful, humane and ethical conditions.

Our next goal is to trade with completely plastic-free packaging before 2021. Waterproof, biodegradable packaging should provide the basis for this. We would be pleased to find a down-to-earth supplier to work together to create a plastic-free world in a far-reaching supply chain.