Mantis World have been using organic cotton since 2005 and we
will convert our entire collection to more sustainable fibres by 2021.

No harmful chemicals are used across the whole supply chain, which is friendlier and less irritating to our skin.

Recycled polyester from PET bottles reuses plastic, saving it from ending up as landfill or in the ocean.

Using viscose from certified sources saves trees in critically endangered forests.

Workers and farmers earn a fair income, working in safe conditions and investing in their families’ future.

Organic farming encourages a higher quality “living” soil, making it more resilient to extreme weather patterns such as floods and droughts.

Organic cotton is grown naturally without genetically modified seeds, artificial fertilisers or chemical pesticides.

Organic agriculture encourages biodiversity by avoiding the use of toxic pesticides and so safeguarding our wild animal and plant life.

Organic farming can actually reverse climate change by locking carbon in the soil. It also avoids fertilisers and pesticides heavily reliant on fossil fuels that are used in conventional agriculture.

Organic farming uses less water as the cotton is more likely to be rain fed and does not contaminate the water with toxic chemicals and nitrogen fertilisers.

Every one of us can make a difference to the future of our planet by using organic,
sustainable andresponsibly produced textiles. Let's wear our clothes for longer, look
after them carefully and recycle them properly for maximum impact!

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