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14.6% increase in GOTS-certified facilities
The top 10 countries in terms of total number of certified facilities are: India, Bangladesh, Turkey, Germany, Italy, China, Pakistan, Portugal, USA, and South Korea.
TE’s 2025 Sustainable Cotton Challenge Report
Textile Exchange has released its first annual 2025 Sustainable Cotton Challenge Report, which serves as a cornerstone for change in the apparel and textile industry
Dibella moves up on organic cotton use
At Dibella, the use of sustainable fibre raw materials continues to increase every year. This is confirmed by the market report “Preferred Fibre & Materials” published by the non-profit organisation Textile Exchange: In 2016, Dibella was ranked 5th in the use of Fairtrade organic cotton and has since risen to 3rd place.
GOTS seminar focuses on sustainability
More than 180 delegates from five countries attended ‘GOTS India Seminar 2018’, organised by Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). The seminar was held in Le Meridien Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India on May 29, 2018.
ORGANIC COTTON: Thorny issues stifle growth
India is still miles away from tapping the full potential of organic cotton despite a major global share of 56 per cent and a promise of 20 per cent higher return for farmers from this white gold. An ITJ Exclusive portrays the problems and prospects.
Organic textiles: Blessings for the Future!
The demand of organic textiles in India is much less and has not yet reached the peak for Indian entrepreneurs to jump into organic manufacturing, says Avinash Mayekar.
More consumer awareness is required
Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the world’s leading standard for processing of organic textiles. Sumit Gupta, India Head, GOTS, traces the growth of GOTS in India since its inception.
Applied DNA system for US gin
Applied DNA Sciences, Inc has announced that one of their ginning partners, the Woolam Gin in O’Donnell, Texas, was awarded the Global Organic Textile Standard (“GOTS v5.0”) certification, making it the first certified US organic cotton gin utilising Applied DNA’s molecular tagging system, etc.