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Sahabhu use 100% Organic Cottons certified by Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

Organic farming methods work with nature to maintain balanced ecosystem and biodiversity. Diversity in wild spaces and of native flora and fauna species is part of the equation, but the other important factor is crop and livestock diversity, which brings with the economic diversity and food security for farmers alongside benefits to soil fertility and biodiversity.

Social justice, while not hard-coded into the organic standards or regulations, is nonetheless an intrinsic component to organic, ensuring that people are treated fairly and with respect, regardless of gender or race. Everyone involved has the right to maintain good health and safety, and to prosper from their investment in sustainable agriculture.

The alternative of farming organically without the use of pesticides, is more difficult but it saves lives and improve health. In short run it may reduce the yield of the cotton crop but in long run it provides more benefits. The demand of Organic Cotton is increasing rapidly and contribution of India is prominent in growing Organic Cotton to Producing Organic Yarn to Organic Fabric to fulfil the demand of world market. Worldwide production of Organic Cotton is increasing at massive 50% year on year.

Organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have a positive impact on the environment. Organic production systems replenish and maintain soil fertility, expand biologically diverse agriculture, and prohibit the use of synthetic toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, as well as genetically engineered seed. Third-party certification organizations verify that organic producers meet strict federal regulations addressing methods and materials allowed in organic production.

Demand for organic cotton comes from two primary sources:

1. Consumers who are making a lifestyle choice to support organic cotton.
2. Brands and retailers that are making proactive decisions to reduce their carbon, water and chemical footprint by adopting the use of more sustainable materials. Organically grown cotton provides a positive solution.

Benefits of Organic Cotton Clothing for infants

Organic clothes are just comfortable to infants. Due to the advanced awareness parents are glad to provide their kids and experience visible changes in their kids.


As a result of a horticulture and ecological well-disposed strategy in short environmental friendly, the nonexistence of pesticides keeps your new born baby always happy and healthy.

Safety Standards

It guarantees customer value by rendering all high standards, for instance, GOTS (Global organic Textile Standards), SEDEX (Enabling ethical and responsible supply chains), FLO International and other worldwide developments that advance natural cotton.

Avoid Allergies and Skin Concerns

It feels so soft on infants’ tender skin and free from any allergies and/or chemical sensitiveness.

Why to join the Organic Cotton Campaign?

“Organic cotton is proven to deliver positive benefits for people and the environment. When it comes to making sustainability claims you can trust, nothing beats it.” Lord Peter Melchett, Policy Director, Soil Association”

Here are five reasons the campaign says, why you should choose organic:


Bt cotton, a breed of cotton genetically modified with insecticidal toxins from the Bacillus thuringiensis bacterium, is the only GM crop that has been widely commercialized in developing countries. Yet it’s hardly the silver bullet against poverty and hunger that GM companies have claimed.

“Bt cotton does not guarantee a good harvest or higher yield, in fact it can be more vulnerable to external pressures like drought and disease,” the report says.
“This makes GM a risky option for farmers who cannot afford to spend more money on the higher-priced seed, pesticides, and fertilizers it demands. Farmers are gambling their livelihoods and falling prey into debt in the hope of higher returns.”


Cotton is a toxic crop. Although it occupies just 2.5% of agricultural land, it consumes 7% of all pesticides—and 16% of total insecticides—used in farming globally each year. Up to 77 million cotton workers suffer poisoning from pesticides every year.

“Up to 77 million cotton workers suffer poisoning from pesticides every year.”

“Pesticides don’t just cost lives, they often land small-scale farmers in debt, too,” says the campaign. “Increasingly expensive, pesticides can make up 60% of the costs of cotton production, eating into diminishing returns and pushing farmers into debt.”

“Over 0.75 KGs of toxic chemicals are used to grow the cotton needed for a conventional cotton sheet set!



Because organic principles require farmers to grow a diversity of crops to maintain healthy and fertile soil and ward off pests. These crops often double as a source of food, enabling farmers and their families to feed themselves year-round.

“Any surplus food can be sold at local or regional markets, bringing extra income and improving the food security of cotton farmers’ local communities,” the report adds. “Income diversification, from growing food or other crops, also helps insure organic farmers against crop failure, climate variability, price volatility, and changes in market demand.”


As one of the thirstiest crops on the planet, cotton uses and average of 11,000 litres of water for every kilogram of cotton produced. Most cotton is irrigated, draining groundwater, lakes, and rivers while threatening ecosystems, wildlife, and water availability for other humans needs. Organic cotton, which is primarily rain-fed, helps preserve vital groundwater stores.

”Organic cotton is primarily rain-fed, which helps preserve vital groundwater stores.”

Organic production also results in healthier soils, which are better at holding onto and soaking up water that comes from rain or irrigation. “Organic soils make better use of water inputs and are more resilient in drought conditions,” the campaign says.


By eliminating the use of manufactured fertilizers and pesticides, as well as reducing nitrogen inputs, cotton farming produces up to 94% less greenhouse gases, according to the Soil Association and GOTS. Plus, organic techniques turn soils into carbon “sinks,” which helps remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.