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Bamboo Baby clothing is going mainstream
Sep '10
While most people know bamboo simply as panda food or for decorative furniture, the natural wonders of bamboo-blended fabrics have been known for several years by a few high-end clothing manufacturers, who favor it for it's softer-than-cashmere feel and quality, and by the makers of sport clothes, who value it for it's durability, climate control, and antimicrobial attributes.

However, Organica Essentials may be the first company to recognize all the fantastic properties of bamboo and realize the perfect application: baby clothes! Since 2007, Organica Essentials has been producing Baby Bambu (www.BabyBambu.com), a line of simple and elegant rompers, onesies, hats, blankets, and more, all out of their silkiest bamboo fabrics.

Gender neutral in sweet and mild colors to match the soothing texture of bamboo, these products rise above other manufacturers in quality and design. Not only is each Baby Bambu item soft and durable, but it's also perfect for the delicate skin of babies because it's hypoallergenic, UV resistant, and less susceptible to odors!

Moms can't get enough of the sophisticated styles Baby Bambu offers on top of the natural benefits bamboo has for their little ones and the children of friends and family. Great as baby showers gifts and for any occasion, Organica Essentials brings something entirely unique and in high demand to the baby clothes market.

Recently, Baby Bambu has proven it's overwhelming success with the partnership between Organica Essentials and Right Start, one of the top baby and toddler product retailers in the U.S.

Baby Bambu has been offered in-store in six Right Start locations as well as online, and due to its increasing popularity, the Baby Bambu line will soon be offered in all nine Right Start locations nationwide. Both Organica Essentials and Right Start are thrilled to see Baby Bambu met with such enthusiasm and interest by consumers, and look forward to expanding their business with the simple, natural wonders of bamboo partnered with manufacturers and companies of quality.

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