Making sustainable clothing can be tricky. But with certificates it doesn't have to be. They guide us through the supply chain, from cotton field to final product, telling us what's okay.
Defined and monitored by external organizations, the certificates are our way of making the most responsible clothing we can. By applying these standards, we've set some objective criteria for the production of every single Neutral® product.
That's why our certificates are more than funky looking stamps. They are your guarantee that Neutral® products are manufactured according to the highest social, ethical and environmental standards in the world.
We call it Certified Responsibility™
100% organic cotton by GOTS Sustainable Textile methods certified and inspected by Control Union. The aim of the standard is to ensure the textiles are made using raw organic materials and environmentally and socially responsible methods. License no. CU810963.
The Fairtrade Certification Mark is your independent guarantee that the cotton in this product has been certified in accordance with international Fairtrade Standards. License no. 19007.
The official EU label for Greener Products. Ecolabelled products have a comparatively modest impact on air, water, soil, quality, natural resource consumption, global warming and biodiversity. Products must pass rigorous tests with results verified by an independent body. The label adorns top performing products only. License no. DK/016/049
SA8000 is based on the principles of international human rights norms. It measures the performance of companies in eight key areas: child labour, forced labour, health and safety, free association and collective bargaining, discrimination, disciplinary practices, working hours and compensation.
Renewable energy powers the Neutral® production. That way, making Neutral® clothing contributes to cleaner environments and fights climate change. In times of surplus, energy not needed for production is directed to local networks.
The Oeko-Tex 100 Standard comprehensively addresses the human ecology component of textile products. It evaluates and screens for any harmful substances present within processed textiles, which are intended to come into contact with consumers. License no. ZHGO 034436