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Econscious provides solutions for green fashion brands in tough economy
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Jul '09
It's not easy being green, especially in a tough economy. That's why many fashion brands are turning to econscious to manage the multiple and expensive layers of manufacturing certified organic apparel. econscious' boutique-ready blank apparel provides the credible assurance brands need when offering green apparel to the growing market of eco-conscious consumers.

According to a newly released Organic Trade Association (OTA) study, the $24.6 billion organics products industry grew an impressive 17.1 percent, despite tough economic times. econscious' supply chain for organic cotton apparel and bags has earned the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), and is offered at bulk-prices for brands to easily add designs and private label before selling into stores. Because econscious' apparel is warehoused in California, brands can order the apparel to meet shifting retail market demands, instead of trying to predict long-lead overseas production. econscious also supplies a conscientious alternative to conventional cotton apparel for the promotional products industry.

"Our goal is to be the most trusted source for organic and sustainable, blank apparel and accessories”, confirms econscious' President, Dale Denkensohn, who helped lead Patagonia's conversion to organic cotton in the 1990's and is a leader in organic and sustainable manufacturing. "Supplying certified apparel at a low-cost to companies who can then distribute the products to a larger consumer market, helps us reach our goal of making a larger impact towards a better future."

econscious was founded in 2006 to offer a comprehensive line of organic and sustainable Tees, Fleece, Hats, Beanies, Bags and custom private label soft-goods. econscious helps other companies become more sustainable by supplying manufacturers with blank, private label apparel and accessories.

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