Organic Cotton Certification
Organic Seeds, free of GMO's or Bt Pesticide is the first step in organic integrity on the way to your bedroom via our organic cotton sheets. The Cotton ginner is vital in this process as they gather and manage the seeds at the end of each harvest and return those seeds to their organic cotton farm co-ops for return to the farmer. In an endless cycle as nature intended, organic cotton assures a chain of sustainability.
Organic Cotton Farms
Alterra Pure's organic farms are organized into various co-ops. In most instances, these co-ops are fair trade certified. Alterra Pure is working toward 100% fair trade certified for the near future. Organic farms work with no irrigation, though they do retain rain water to use as the rainy season comes to an end.
Organic Cotton Ginning
The Ginning Mill is the hub of organic cotton production as the Ginning Mill coordinates the organic farm co-ops while acting as seed-keeper to assure organic integrity.
ORGANIC COTTON SUPPLIER: Natural Organic Farm
Natural Organic Farm, located in Odisha, India, is an NGO organized to manage organic cotton farm co-ops in the Odisha region India. Alterra Pure partners with Natural Organic Farm owing to their quality, transparency, and integrity.
ORGANIC COTTON SUPPLIER: Mohini Fibers
Mohini, known as Mohini Health & Hybiene, is an organic and fair trade certified supplier of organic cotton fiber for fill used in duvets or mattress pads. They focus on fiber fill and other organic cotton applications that require unprocessed cotton fiber.