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We’ve Come A Long Way Baby . . .

On September 20th, 2006, posted in: Organic Apparel & Textiles by 0 Comment

Organic Cotton has come a long way, and we think this is wonderful. The fact that there are now famous celebrities joining the cause, and getting the word out, helps tremendously. Choosing organic cotton makes a lot of sense. It’s a premium fiber that feels soft against your skin, but more than that, it’s a..

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Walmart slave labor takes away USA jobs

On September 18th, 2006, posted in: Miscellaneous, Organic Apparel & Textiles by 0 Comment

<font face=”Arial”>US consumers continue to fund China’s military modernization, even as they erode their own economy and employment at home. Even worse, Wal-Mart shoppers are supporting forced labor camps where the healthiest inmates are executed for “organ harvesting”. Wal-Mart also buys heavily from slave labor manufacturing zones, where women workers are typically paid 3 cents..

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USA Textiles – Once Upon a Time

On September 16th, 2006, posted in: Organic Apparel & Textiles by 0 Comment

U.S. textile plants are often located in small rural communities in the Southeast and often represent the major source of employment and taxes for many towns and cities. When a textile mill closes, the entire community feels the ramifications, with local businesses, churches and government being hurt. The industry is a primary employer of women..

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We gonna rock down to Eco -Avenue

On July 9th, 2006, posted in: Organic Apparel & Textiles by 0 Comment

Just a familiar 80′s song with an eco-twist… and without the big hair. We’re proud to announce our new eco line of Home Textiles and Apparel will soon be called “EcoAveUSA”. Previous to this, you may have goods with our “Tom’s Greenthumb” label, which we’ve produced for a few years now. The thing is, we..

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Chemical warfare in our clothes?

On January 15th, 2005, posted in: Miscellaneous, Organic Apparel & Textiles by 0 Comment

Did you know that chemicals and technologies developed for warfare during World War I and II, were later incorporated into pesticides for our farms? Your skin BREATHES — and is in contact with clothing, which is why some people suffer adverse reactions to chemically treated fibers. Starting with the cultivation through to the finished fabric,..

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Kudos to you

On March 22nd, 2004, posted in: Organic Apparel & Textiles by 0 Comment

Organic cotton is the purest form of cotton available, never coming in contact with any form of chemical treatments. Even the soil must be chemical-free for a period of three years before organic crops can be cultivated. It’s the safest, smartest, most natural choice for our families and our environment. In fact, one organic cotton..

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