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Coffee Fabric
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Hi, thanks for finding us. We are a coffee fabric supplier in Vietnam. Below are examples of coffee fabrics available in Vietnam. If you don’t see your exact coffee fabric then can we design it for you. Ask us about our fabric development services. Our sustainable fabric technicians based in Ho Chi Minh City are standing by to make your perfect Eco coffee fabric. Our team has experience working with a coffee fabric supplier in Vietnam.
 
 
A few years ago, we started focusing on Eco friendly fabrics like coffee fabric. The journey has been challenging because coffee yarn suppliers have very high minimum order quantities (MOQ). For example a typical MOQ for yarn is 5,000 kg. This quantity will make around 15,000 meters of coffee fabric. Is it too much for you? If yes, don’t worry, we have a solution. We have available stock of Eco yarns in our sister company www.greenyarn.vn to accommodate small orders. Contact us for more details about the best coffee fabric supplier in Vietnam.

Name: Coffee Single 75/72

SKU: BLS201004

Material: 88% Re. Coffee +12% sp

Cost: $- $/ kilo

GSM: 150 gr

Width: 160 cm

Measure: 4.1 m/kg

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Name: Coffee Single 75/72 SKU: BLS201004 Material: 88% Re. Coffee +12% sp Cost: $- $/ kilo GSM: 150 gr Width: 160 cm Measure: 4.1 m/kg Fabric type: Color: Lead time: Supply type: Small Quantity Fabric Supplier in Vietnam

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Name: Coffee Pique 75/72

SKU: BLS201002

Material: 94% Re. Coffee +6% sp

Cost: $- $/ kilo

GSM: 175 gr

Width: 173 cm

Measure: 3.3 m/kg

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Name: Coffee Pique 75/72 SKU: BLS201002 Material: 94% Re. Coffee +6% sp Cost: $- $/ kilo GSM: 175 gr Width: 173 cm Measure: 3.3 m/kg Fabric type: Color: Lead time: Supply type: Small quantity coffee fabric supplier in Vietnam

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Name: Re. Coffee Single Red

SKU: BLR201007

Material: 95% (65% Co + 35% Re. Coffee) + 5% sp

Cost: $- $/ kilo

GSM: 205 gr

Width: 170 cm

Measure: 2.8 m/kg

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Name: Re. Coffee Single Red SKU: BLR201007 Material: 95% (65% Co + 35% Re. Coffee) + 5% sp Cost: $- $/ kilo GSM: 205 gr Width: 170 cm Measure: 2.8 m/kg Fabric type: Color: Lead time: Supply type: Small quantity coffee fabric supplier in Vietnam

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Name: Re. Coffee Pique Red

SKU: BLR201006

Material: 95% (65% Co + 35% Re.Coffee) + 5% sp

Cost: $- $/ kilo

GSM: 221 gr

Width: 210 cm

Measure: 2.1 m/kg

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Drink coffee, yes. Wear coffee? What?!
 
 
The coffee grounds from your last cup can be used for composting or odor catching but usually they end up in the trash. Now, thanks to S.Café coffee fiber design team, these coffee grounds can be used to make fabric.
 
 
S.Café Yarn implants the coffee oil from coffee grounds inside fibers to give it desirable qualities. It all started when a woman teased her husband and told him he should put coffee grounds in his work clothes to absorb the smell. She knew that coffee grounds were great at absorbing odours. She did not know that her husband would take her idea seriously. We can now make coffee fabric for you using S.Café yarn.
 
 
Singtex successfully invented the S.Cafe eco-friendly coffee yarn in 2008. It is made with recycled plastic bottles and coffee grounds. The resulting fabric is deodorizing, fast-drying, and UV-resistant.
 
 
After the coffee beans are roasted and the grounds are collected, cleaned and further ground down into nano-sized particles. They are processed and then combined with polymers to create master batches.

Sources
https://sprudge.com/can-you-wear-the-coffee-you-drink-125116.html
https://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/8379/coffee-ground-fibre-a-most-worthwhile-fibre
https://patents.google.com/patent/US8834753B2/en
https://fashionunited.uk/news/fashion/sustainable-textile-innovations-coffee-ground-fibre/2017061624856
http://www.scafefabrics.com/en-global/about/particular

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Chapter 1 – 46 Sources of Eco fabrics
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Chapter 5 – Why most fabrics are not Eco
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Chapter 7 – Advances in fabric dyeing
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Conscious consumption

Knowing what you buy and choose it’s wisely, because sustainable lifestyle can be very simple its can be just a matter of choice. Also when more consumer choose sustainable products than more supplier switch to sustainable

02.

Conscious disposal

Careful disposal is vital for the environment, as there are many harmful material not only damage to the ecosystem but also harming to our live.

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Conscious sourcing

Understand and verify and choose only sustainable material for production can save a lot environmental issue. Whereas the cost to the environment out weight any cost because it is directly affecting our future

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Produce with responsibility and knowledge, understand that our product come with a cost to the environment. Try hard and fight hard to cut down this cost and aiming for a fully environmentally friendly manufacture.

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