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Tuft & Needle foam mattresses get Oeko-Tex certification
Jun '17
Courtesy: Tuft & Needle
Courtesy: Tuft & Needle
The Oeko-Tex Association, provider of standardised solutions to customers’ manufacturing processes for sustainable products, has certified foam mattresses from Tuft & Needle, an American ecommerce and manufacturing company, according to the Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex. Tuft & Needle is the first company to achieve certification of a complete mattress system.

According to the certificate, Tuft & Needle foam mattresses have been tested to be free from harmful levels of more than 300 concerning chemicals. The Tuft & Needle mattresses meet Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex Class 1 criteria, the most stringent of the four Oeko-Tex classes. The Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex certification also confirms that Tuft & Needle mattresses fully comply with US Consumer Products Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) regulations.

Aaron Bata, head of customer experience of Tuft & Needle said, “A good night’s sleep requires both a fantastic mattress and peace of mind. The Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex certification reassures our customers that their Tuft & Needle mattress doesn’t contain harmful chemicals so they can rest even easier. Plus, as an independent, third party certification with a trackable identification number that consumers can verify online, Oeko-Tex fits right into our company’s commitment to plain speaking transparency and integrity.”

Ben Mead who represents Oeko-Tex in North America said, “We applaud Tuft & Needle for being the first company to obtain this voluntary certification for their complete mattress system. The Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex certification indicates real commitment to producing quality mattresses that are safe for everyone in the family to enjoy.” (GK)

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