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Sam Vegetable Colours launches Herbal Dyed fabrics

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Nov '18
Sam Vegetable Colours launches Herbal Dyed fabrics
Sam Vegetable Colours Pvt Ltd, which has a unit in Moradabad city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, has recently launched Herbal Dyed fabrics. These fabrics are 100 per cent cotton dyed with GOTS certified natural dyes. The fabric is weaved on handloom and available in plain, checks, stripes and jacquard weaves. It is available in 80gsm to 350 gsm.

The Herbal Dyed fabric is made from two kinds of materials—cotton and linen. The company uses high quality herbal dye to colour its fabrics in order to make them allergy-free, skin-friendly, highly-absorbent, etc.

The fabric is perfect for summers because of its qualitative properties such as smooth texture, seamless finishing, alluring colours, etc.

“Till now we have been manufacturing and exporting natural dyes, but now we have recently started 100 per cent cotton fabric dyed with natural dyes and this fabric is weaved on handloom,” Sam Vegetable director Rachit Jain told Fibre2Fashion.

“Our new Herbal Dyed fabrics are available from 32" to 120". There is a very good market for such kind of fabrics, especially for shirting and home furnishing in the US, Europe and Australian markets,” Jain added. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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