Organic Cotton Is No Longer Peripheral-Will It Ever Be the Norm?
The interest in organic is no longer limited to food and has grown exponentially into numerous consumer categories such as apparel and home products.
As people become more conscious about how what they buy has come to be and the realization that there are consequences to how things are produced, there is a shift in buying choices. Studies indicate consumers are willing to adjust their buying habits to better the planet.
Cotton is the most dominant fiber in textiles; conventional cotton growing methods consume massive amounts of resources and is not sustainable. People are becoming aware of the damage conventional cotton racks on the ecosystem and are choosing organic over conventional cotton products. But, when will organic cotton be seen as the standard?
Nicole Rasul writes a great piece on Civil Eats where she speculates on where the tipping point will be to get the scales permanently on the side of organic cotton production, link below.
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