The apparel industry plays a significant role in the production of organic cotton. Apparel brands are developing programs that will only use 100% organic cotton. Fashion industries are taking part in the role to preserve the nature by shifting from conventional cotton to organic cotton.
Various companies including Fazzoni, Nike, Walmart, and C&A include or have switched to organic cotton. As of 2011, China, the U.S., India, Pakistan, Brazil, Turkey, Greece, Australia, Syria, Mali, and Egypt are all producing organic cotton. With this rise in demand from 2007 to 2011 more and more countries are making the switch.
In general, the costs of producing organic cotton is higher than regular cotton. Organic cotton is approximately 20% to 30% more expensive than regular cotton and it is often feels softer than non-organic cotton.
Bokitta introducing organic cotton shirt
As the world first patented instant hijab, Bokitta also do not compromising with the environment issue and now using organic cotton as material for their product.
Bokitta is releasing their own range of organic cotton t-shirt worldwide that targeting modest customer with six design to choose from. The casual design with soft organic cotton gave customer comfortable feeling to wearing something that has an impact in saving the environment.