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What exactly is GOTS?

GOTS is the Global Organic Textile Standard and the most recognized standard for textiles made from biologically produced materials. The goal of the standart is to guarantee a sustainable textile production by certifying appropriate production plants. But not only the final textiles will be examined and certified. The entire production chain will be supervised by GOTS.
21/07/2015 09:00

GOTS is the Global Organic Textile Standard and the most recognized standard for textiles made from biologically produced materials. The goal of the standart is to guarantee a sustainable textile production by certifying appropriate production plants. But not only the final textiles will be examined and certified. The entire production chain will be supervised by GOTS. From the wool’s cultivation to the environmentally friendly processing, up to the adherence to certain social standards; GOTS has an eye on it. Also, chemical additives need to adhere to environmental and toxicological criteria.

For the consumer, the GOTS seal means outstanding quality when purchasing textile goods. They are always manufactured in a sustainable and socially way. That’s what GOTS stands for

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