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A beautiful set of 4 'Pale Rose' cotton Everyday napkins from The Organic Company. Small 20x20cm napkins for everyday use. The napkin also has a loop with which you can hang it or where you can put cutlery or a nice twig under for decoration. Read more..
A beautiful set of 4 'Pale Rose' cotton Everyday napkins from The Organic Company. Small 20x20cm napkins for everyday use. The napkin also has a loop with which you can hang it or where you can put cutlery or a nice twig under for decoration.
These cotton napkins are a sustainable alternative to paper napkins and paper towels. Millions of trees are used every year for these single-use products. In this day and age it is important to reuse more and that is what these napkins are designed for. Practical, beautiful and durable.
By purchasing these napkins you also make a responsible choice, because they are made of 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton. This certification guarantees that the entire process from farming to the end product is done responsibly.
In The Organic company they only work with organic cotton, because it makes a difference. Their mission is: buy less and buy better. This Danish company wants to make a difference and encourage people to contribute to a better world. That's why honesty, transparency and their ambitious desire to make this difference is their rock-solid foundation for 'The Organic Company', founded in 2007 by Joy Vasilyev.
The Organic Company's products are made of 100% organic cotton and since 2010 all products are made of 100% GOTS certified organic cotton.
Organic cotton is a natural, renewable and biodegradable fiber. It benefits cotton producers and the environment in developing countries by avoiding the harmful effects of toxic pesticides, and lower production costs improve social conditions. The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the world's leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including environmental and social criteria, supported by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain.
The aim of the standard is to define globally recognized requirements that guarantee the organic status of textiles, from harvesting the raw materials, through environmentally and socially responsible production, to labeling to provide a credible guarantee to the end consumer.
Normally organic applies to agriculture, but in GOTS it is much more than just agriculture. It's the whole process; farming, harvesting, cleaning, processing, weaving/knitting, dyeing and sewing. The two-pronged GOTS approach covers both environmental and social issues, which apply to the entire supply chain.
The Organic company therefore does not design for the sake of design, but where there is demand for it. As a result, they do not have a mega collection of 1000 articles, but around 100 products. All new products must solve a problem, fulfill a need or improve a category.
The Organic Company operates a "less and better" strategy, which includes good quality and good functionality without fast fashion or seasonal colors, with a focus on promoting alternatives to disposable items. They would like to see this strategy reflected in many more mainstream companies. We must realize that in general many disposable products contain the same amount of raw material as reusable products, making the shift (from disposable to reusable) an essential step towards much better resource management.
View the entire The Organic Company collection.