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More Than Organic, Certified Organic.There is no organic standard for feminine care, but since their products are made of a natural textile, they've been absorbed into the organic textile category. The leading organization for organic textiles is GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards). Organ(y)c brand feminine care products have been certified by the ICEA, Italy, and the SOIL ASSOCIATION, UK. Both agencies endorse GOTS.
The SOIL ASSOCIATION - promotes sustainable food and farming through the use of local, seasonal and organic systems and is the UK's leading organic certifying organization.
ICEA - (The Ethical and Environmental Certification Institute) inspects and certifies firms respectful of the environment, workers' dignity and collective rights. ICEA is one of the most prominent inspection and certification bodies in the field of sustainable development.
Corman, the manufacturer of Organ(y)c products, holds certification in SA 8000 (Social Accountability Certification). SA8000 is a social accountability standard for decent working conditions, based on global workplace norms of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
No Plastic, No Concessions
We will not give in.
We’d be hypocrites if we gave in to the lure of plastics, even if it were a small concession. This is why, instead of plastic, we insist on tampon applicators and packaging made from recyclable cardboard. And why we use an outer wrap and backing for pads and liners made from Mater-Bi®, which is created from corn starch.
We did not stop at organic certification.
Organ(y)c feminine care products are biodegradable. Biodegradable, because they can be broken down into simpler substances by bacteria and microorganisms. Our own lab tests have proven the biodegradability of Organ(y)c pads and tampons.
Organic Is No AccidentIn order to market a crop as "organic," a grower must be certified through a third party. This process involves several on-farm inspections in order to obtain the certification. Organic production begins with organically grown seed. If certified organic seed cannot be located, untreated seed may be used as long as it is not derived from genetically modified plants.
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