Kateson | Why Organic Cotton | At Kateson, we use 100% organic cotton independently certified by The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) that takes into account processing, manufacturing, packaging, labelling, trading and distribution.

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Why Organic Cotton

At Kateson, we use 100% organic cotton independently certified by The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) that takes into account processing, manufacturing, packaging, labelling, trading and distribution.


By choosing organic cotton, you reap all the benefits of cotton’s beauty, comfort and durability while minimizing harm to your health and the planet’s ecosystems. It protects farmers from nasty chemical exposure, protects water systems and supports a more sustainable future in agriculture. Our organic clothing uses non-GMO cotton seeds, cotton farmed without pesticides and involves safer methods, such as crop rotation, water retention in the soil by adding organic matter, physical removal of weeds instead of herbicide use, hand hoeing, and the introduction of beneficial insects such as ladybugs to counteract the presence of pests. The cotton is harvested mostly on the seasonal freeze or relies on water management for defoliation. The result is a cotton fabric that is toxin free and kid friendly.

 

Perfect for Baby
A breathable fabric, organic cotton gets softer and more comfortable after repeated washes, while maintaining a great fit, making our Kateson clothes perfect heirloom pieces. Organic cotton also eliminates all residues of nasty herbicides and pesticides used in the conventional growing process, making it a safer option to avoid chemical sensitivities like contact dermatitis, triggered by the clothing babies wear.  


“The aim of all organic practices - permaculture, biodynamic, natural farming - is not just to reduce and ideally to eliminate the use of toxic chemicals that are harmful to humans, animals, plants and the planet, but to understand the processes of nature in order to participate, rather than to interfere. - Jacqueline Walker, Hibiscus