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Fine Cotton Factory is now GOTS certified

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Fine Cotton FactoryTextiles manufacturer, Fine Cotton Factory has completed the certification process and received the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification, which entitles the company to offer GOTS certified fabrics.

Fine Cotton Factory’s mattress ticking and its washing and knitting processes are covered by the certification. GOTS certification ensures organic, environmental and socially responsible manufacturing of textiles, from growing through production, packaging, labelling and distribution of all organic fibres to provide a credible assurance to the consumer.

“The textile industry is interested in suppliers that offer GOTS certified fabrics. We have a nice organic cotton product line, and the GOTS certified accreditation takes our product line to the next level. There’s a growing lifestyle in all types of organic goods including consumables, and we are involving ourselves in the demand for certified organic textiles. Fine Cotton believes in the standard,” said Skip Kann, Director of Special Projects, Fine Cotton Factory.

Also Read – Sainmarks Industries certified by GOTS

Headquartered in Toronto, Fine Cotton Factory is a leading textile manufacturer and produces numerous fabrics ranging from jersey and mini-jaquards to eco-friendly knits serving leading brands and manufacturers in Canada and the US.

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