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Hi, thanks for showing an interest to find a small quantity organic cotton fabric seller in Vietnam. Below are examples organic cottons we can supply in Vietnam. If you don’t see your exact organic cotton fabric then let’s work together to design it. Ask us about our fabric development services. Our sustainable fabric technicians based in Ho Chi Minh City are standing by to make your perfect organic cotton Eco fabric. Our team has experience as an small quantity organic cotton fabric seller in Vietnam.

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A few years ago, we started focusing on Eco friendly fabrics like organic cotton Fabric. The journey has been challenging because yarn suppliers have very high minimum order quantities (MOQ). For example a typical MOQ for organic cotton yarn is 5,000 kg. This quantity will make around 15,000 meters of 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 small quantity organic cotton fabric seller in Vietnam.

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Name: Organic Cotton Twill
SKU: WT200701
Material: 100% Organic Cotton
GSM: 137gr
Width: 165cm
Measure: 4.4m/kg
Properties: Breathable, Lightweight, Durable, Eco-friendly

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Name: Organic Cotton Plain Weave
SKU: WPL200702
Material: 100% Organic Cotton
GSM: 135gr
Width: 165cm
Measure: 4.5m/kg
Properties: Breathable, Lightweight, Durable, Eco-friendly

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Name: Organic Cotton Single Jersey
SKU: KSJ191010
Material: 100% Organic Cotton
GSM: 120~160gr
Width: 160~165cm
Measure: 3.8m~5.2m/kg
Properties: Absorbent, Breathable, Hypoallergenic, Non-toxic, Biodegradable

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Name: Single Organic Dye

SKU: BLO201005

Material: 95% organic cotton + 5%sp – indigo

Cost: $- $/ kilo

GSM: 160 gr

Width: 160 cm

Measure: 4 m/kg

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Blue soft and elastic organic cotton. Organic Cotton Fabric Seller in Vietnam.

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Name: Organic Woven 1×1

SKU: BLO201001

Material: 100% organic cotton white (130/86)

Cost: $- $/ kilo

GSM: 135 gr

Width: 150 cm

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Woven white organic cotton. Organic Cotton Fabric Seller in Vietnam.

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Organic cotton is a type of cotton that is grown and certified to organic agricultural standards. Organic production implies sustaining biodiversity, soil and peoples health. It refers to an environment where there has been no use of pesticides, chemical fertilizers or any other kind of artificial input. Organic cotton is made from natural seed and pests are controlled by insects that eat the pests. The dyeing and finishing process also follows a rigorous procedure so as to eliminate all agents harmful to the environment.


Organic cotton:
√ doesn’t damage the soil
√ has less impact on the air
√ uses 88% less water
√ and uses 62% less energy

How does organic cotton compare to regular cotton? While regular cotton is machine picked, organic cotton is completely handpicked. This preserves the purity of every fiber as no fibers are damaged throughout the process. As the organic fibers are not broken or weakened, the staples are longer and therefore, softer and more durable.

Organic cotton uses natural seeds not genetically modified seeds. Regular cotton is cultivated from genetically modified seed (or GMO) that is modified to be more resistant to bugs. But since the bugs become more resistant also, more chemicals are required to kill them. With organic cotton, the seed is natural and bugs are kept away thanks to insects that eat the pests. That’s why there are no harmful chemicals used to grow organic cotton, making it safer for the skin.

Organic cotton uses less water. Regular cotton is known to be a very thirsty crop. Regular cotton is cultivated using the same soil over and over again, which causes the soil and the crops to become very unhealthy and then require more water. Growing organic cotton involves the rotation from one location to another, so that the nutrients can retain water longer and require less irrigation.

Organic cotton processing uses less harmful chemicals than regular cotton. Once regular cotton has been harvested, processing it requires a lot of chemicals. Heavy metals, chlorine, and toxic chemical dyes are used in the manufacturing process. Even after washing, these chemicals remain in the product and can cause serious skin allergies for the wearer. They also pollute waterways with microfibers when we wash the garments. Organic cotton is processed with safer alternatives to chemical dyes and whiteners. This includes natural or water-based dyes, peroxide for whitening, and safe products to fabricate the finished goods.

According to data from the Textile Exchange, the difference in environmental damage between organic and regular cotton is astonishing. The most significant findings when comparing organic cotton to regular are:

46% reduced global warming potential
70% less acidification potential
26% reduced soil erosion
91% reduced blue water consumption
and 62% reduced primary energy demand!

Organic cotton is softer, hypoallergenic, and lasts longer. But most importantly, it is respectful of the ecosystem, reducing wastage of water, and ensuring farmers and manufacturers working in the environment are safe. Organic cotton is a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to regular cotton. With each purchase of an organic cotton fabric product, you are participating in making the world a cleaner and healthier place to live.

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Chapter 1 – 46 Sources of Eco fabrics
Chapter 2 – Eco influencers
Chapter 3 – Eco vs sustainability
Chapter 4 – The mystery of Eco
Chapter 5 – Why most fabrics are not Eco
Chapter 6 – How to check Eco
Chapter 7 – Advances in fabric dyeing
Chapter 8 – 6 Eco fabric wholesalers
Chapter 9 – 2 Hemp factories
Chapter 10 – 3 Recycled polyester factories
Chapter 11 – 1 Recycled cotton supplier
Chapter 12 – 2 Bamboo factories
Chapter 13 – 3 Rayon factories
Chapter 14 – 6 Eco sewing factories
Chapter 15 – 12 Eco fabrics in 2019


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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


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.


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


Conscious production

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.


Conscious innovation

Invent with a cause, because making a better product is no longer enough. Innovator need to consider the environmental cause of their invention as well.