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Maya Wrap introduces new line of eco-friendly slings

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Sep '08
Maya Wrap Inc, manufacturer of baby slings, ties and pouches, has launched an organic line of its already popular Maya Wrap ring sling.

The new organic fabrics feature eye-catching colors and patterns on the pocket and shoulder, introducing a much-needed burst of style and color into a world of earth-toned organic options.

Maya Wrap's organic ring sling is made of the highest quality 100% organic cotton and printed with patterns using low-impact, water-based dyes.

Manufactured in the USA, the new line of eco-friendly slings is the perfect way for parents to nurture their baby in a more eco-friendly, natural and fashionable way.

Owner and Mompreneur, Susan Gmeiner, always had a vision of creating eco-friendly products: "I take comfort in knowing this product will be better for baby and the environment."

Adjustable, fashionable, comfortable and now organic, the best-selling ring sling will give parents the same great benefits that come with wearing a baby in a Maya Wrap, with the added benefits of protecting their baby and their planet.

Pesticides pose special concerns to children because of their high metabolisms and low body weights. Organic cotton is produced without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides.

Owner Susan Gmeiner noted, "One of the main reasons I chose to create an organic product was to lower the usage of pesticides and chemicals in the environment."

Choosing an organic ring sling is an easy way for parents to surround their child in a healthy environment from birth. Additionally, organic agriculture uses 50% less energy and reduces water pollution by 75%, giving the next generation a cleaner planet to inherit.

Maya Wrap has become the gold standard in ring slings and baby carriers. Maya Wrap products are used by celebrities and savvy parents worldwide.

Maya Wrap Inc


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