Cone Denim Producing 3 Million Pound OCS Cotton


Cone Denim, a global leader in the denim industry, has set the target to produce nearly 3 million pounds of certified OCS cotton in the creation of its natural denim assortment before the finish of 2021. The Organic Content Standard (OCS) is an international, voluntary standard that sets requirements for third-party certification of certified organic input and chain of custody.

All Cone Denim plants are OCS confirmed to make natural yarns and denim textures. Cone has ensured Organic Cotton textures are made utilizing naturally developed cotton without pesticides, herbicides, and engineered manures. Natural cotton is developed utilizing techniques and materials that are confirmed to natural horticultural norms and humble effect the climate, supporting the wellbeing of soils, biological systems, and individuals by utilizing common cycles instead of fake data sources. As well as being OCS affirmed, Cone partakes in the Better Cotton Initiative, U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol, Cotton Leads, and is the primary worldwide denim producer to offer Oritain innovation to deductively check the starting points of cotton.

“Cone Denim appeared the primary Organic Cotton Capsule Collection over 10 years prior as a component of our extended Sustainblue assortment of denim textures, and we keep on propelling the utilization of natural and other feasible strands across our worldwide stage,” Steve Maggard, leader of Cone Denim, said. “We are considering it enormous to be in natural cotton as we keep on advancing toward incorporating more manageable parts into Cone’s most real types of denim. Straightforwardness and detectability are significant, and we are focused on giving our clients added certainty of the realness and honesty of Cone’s natural denim textures.” He added, “Restricted stock is presently accessible across Cone’s worldwide stage, with more prominent accessibility out of our China factory.”

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