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Discounts on Organic T-shirts

Receive an
EXCLUSIVE OTA MEMBER DISCOUNT
on custom organic t-shirts with no minimum order!
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Receive an
EXCLUSIVE OTA MEMBER DISCOUNT
on custom organic t-shirts with no minimum order!
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OTA is pleased to extend a member discount on GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified screen-printed organic t-shirts produced by MetaWear, a fellow member organization. They’ll print your custom design on high-quality organic cotton t-shirts with no minimum order required.
 
Now you can promote your business, brand or cause on custom-printed organic, eco-friendly t-shirts. 
 

“We are very excited to offer this innovative opportunity for our members and to promote the use of GOTS-certified organic cotton products to further the cause for ecologically and responsibly processed textiles”  
                    - OTA’s CEO and Executive Director Laura Batcha

Under the partnership with sustainable fashion manufacturer MetaWear, OTA members get a 10 percent discount on screen-printed organic cotton t-shirts that meet the rigorous requirements of the GOTS governing textile processing. If you're not yet a member and are interested in taking advantage of this special deal, contact OTA to learn more. 
 

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) 

GOTS is a voluntary standard that covers the processing, manufacturing, packaging, labeling, trading, and distribution of all textiles made from at least 70 percent certified organic natural fibers (such as organic cotton, organic wool, and organic silk). As with organic food standards, a textile product carrying the GOTS organic label must contain a minimum of 95 percent certified organic fibers, while a product with the ‘made with organic’ label must contain a minimum of 70 percent certified organic fibers. 
 
As consumers seek more ecologically and responsibly processed textiles, more companies are becoming GOTS certified. According to the Organic Trade Association’s 2014 Organic Industry Survey, fiber, for the second year in a row, is the largest non-food organic category in terms of sales, reaching $960 million in 2013. U.S. organic fiber product sales were up 16 percent over those in 2012. Apparel is the leading segment, followed by household textiles and baby products.
 

Contact

Danielle Chagnon
Member Services Coordinator
(202) 403-8633 

 

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