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Sandra

Interesting and beautiful blog. I would also stress that organic production practices must be verified by an independent third party certifier to ensure they conform with federal standards. This is one of the most important distinctions between the organic definition and "Eco," "green," "sustainable" and the like.

Also, the www.ota.com web site has organic fiber processing standards readers can access in addition to information on organic cotton, and even organic wool now!

Hope this is helpful!
Sandra Marquardt
M+R Strategic Services
202-478-6411

Joli Bebe Boutique

I am wondering if anyone has come across studies or data, suggesting to the treatment of conventional cotton and increase risk of childhood cancers? Any information relating to this topic would be very helpul.

Kristen

Joli Bébé Boutique

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