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One Clean Planet introduces new organic baby clothing line
Jan '13
Did you know over 25% of the pesticides used in the U.S each year are used for cotton production? Yes, it’s a fact that over a quarter of the pesticides in the U.S are used in clothing, including baby clothing.

One Clean Planet is not only committed to limiting the size of the carbon footprint, but it's also now committed to making sure the babies in the U.S. are wearing sweat-shop free American Apparel made from 100% certified organic cotton grown without the use of pesticides or agricultural chemicals.

“One Clean Planet is very excited to introduce its new line of organic baby clothing,” said Adam Radly, Founder and CEO of One Clean Planet. “Simply put, it is shocking to learn about all of the chemicals that go into the clothes children are wearing,” said Mr. Radly.

One Clean Planet also claims that another great benefit of their organic clothing is the material is super- soft, comfortable on the skin and gets softer with each washing.

“One Clean Planet baby clothing is whitened naturally with hydrogen peroxide instead of toxic chemicals, ensuring that it’s safe and soft against a baby’s delicate skin. One Clean Planet will have a range of clothing for both boys and girls. Available in sizes in 6, 12, & 18 months,” said Mr. Radly.

To be Certified Organic by the Quality Assurance International Council a company must produce its clothing with the least environmental impact, and all growers and handlers must meet rigorous performance criteria, so clearly One Clean Planet is making this an important new feature in its mix of environmentally friendly and energy efficient product offerings.

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