Organic cotton brought back to North Carolina

A US t-shirt printer has teamed up with a nearby apparel producer to bring organic cotton back to North Carolina for what it says is the first time in recent memory. The USDA-certified organic cotton will be used to produce blank t-shirts that will be printed using low-impact water based inks that do not contain plastisols.

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Source: EcoTextile News (Wednesday, December 21, 2011)
Thursday, December 22, 2011
Submitted by Andrea Bischof


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