Our Certifikates

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)

GOTS ("Global Organic Textile Standard") is the globally leading standard for the sustainable processing of natural biological fibers. The quality assurance of the entire production chain is monitored by an independent institution and guarantees a strict following of ecological and social standards.

 

 

Ecological criteria (exodus):

  • All textiles have to contain at least 70% of biologically produced natural fibers.
  • All coloring must be tested for its toxicity and biological degradability.
  • The packaging must not contain any PVC. Any packaging made from paper and cardboard, as well as hanging labels, banderoles, etc. need to be certified or recycled according to FSC or PEFC.
  • All enterprises require an individual environmental protection program with explicit goals to minimize waste and sewage.
  • A sewage treatment plant is required for all businesses specialized in wet finishing.
  • Bleach must be oxygen based (no chlorine bleach)
  • Exclusion of PVC, nickel, and chrome for accessories


 

Social criteria (exodus):

  • Prohibition of forced labor
  • Prohibition of child labor
  • Safe and hygienic working conditions
  • Guaranteed minimal wage
  • Limited working hours
  • Keeping rest times
  • No discrimination
  • Freedom of association

 

 

THE GOTS logo shows an identification number that states whether a product is made from 100% controlled natural fibers ("organic") or the exact percentage of "kbA" (controlled organic cultivation) and kbT (controlled organic livestock farming) fibers of the product.

With the help of our certificate number "Ecocert Greenlife N° 151806" you can find more detailed information about our production facility and our popolini® and iobio™ products on the GOTS website.

www.global-standard.org

 

 

 

 

Oeko-Tex® (Textiles Vertrauen)

The Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 guarantees that all components of our items are free of pollutants. Additionally, we meet the requirements of "product class 1", which confirms the strict human-ecological demands for babies and toddlers under 3.

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