• What is Organic
  • The Benefits

Organic bedding can be traceable from fields to your home, so you can be sure of what you’re resting on. Unlike non-organic standard production, which makes wide use of manufactured and mined fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides organic bedding is produced with natural fertilizers from plants, less energy and respect and dignity for the workers providing the labor. Organic production is not easy and takes real commitment and attention to detail, and is backed up by rigorous, independent inspection and certification. In the face of climate change, rising diet-related ill-health and widespread declines in our wildlife, the need to produce healthy food and products, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and protect wildlife only grows stronger. The buying decisions we make every day are a simple but powerful way in helping change the course of history and our world.

Organic bedding gives you a healthier rest environment. You enjoy an all-natural sleeping experience because every fiber touching your skin is safe for you and your family. “Organic” is a trademark of high quality and durability when given the proper care. Organic cotton, for example, has been the preferred fabric since ancient times. It is naturally soft, hypoallergenic, versatile, breathable, comfortable, and durable. Plus, keeping it in the best condition is manageable. Most organic bedding products are machine washable in cold or warm temperatures, making them a convenient and affordable choice. Choosing organic bedding keeps the environment healthy. The cotton fabric used to produce organic bedding comes from farms that grow cotton without GMOs, pesticides, herbicides, or insecticides. It has a lower carbon footprint, replenishes the soil, and consumes less water and energy. Organic bedding lets your family enjoy extra comfort, good health, and a better restful slumber.