Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton

06 Aug 2020

When it comes to t-shirts, we all have our favorites. Maybe it's that one super soft tee that you've had for years, or the one with the perfect fit that makes you feel like a million bucks. But have you ever stopped to think about what your beloved t-shirt is made of? Spoiler alert: it's not just a magical fabric fairy dust that creates the perfect blend of comfort and style. At agood company, we take pride in using only the best materials in our fashion line, and organic cotton is a standout choice. Not only is it good for the planet, but it also feels like a gentle hug from your favorite grandma. Okay, maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration, but you get the idea. So, let's dive into why organic cotton is the way to go when it comes to t-shirts.

What is it?

At agood company, we're all about making a positive impact on the environment, which is why we're big fans of organic cotton. We use this sustainable and eco-conscious material in our fashion line, from agood t-shirts to agood bottle bags and more. But what exactly is organic cotton?

Organic cotton is a natural fiber that is grown without the use of synthetic chemicals, such as fertilizers, pesticides, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The process of organic cotton farming relies on traditional methods of agriculture, such as crop rotation and the use of natural pest control measures like companion planting, to maintain healthy soil and protect the surrounding ecosystem. This means that the cotton is grown in a more sustainable and eco-friendly way, with less impact on the environment and less risk of exposure to harmful chemicals for farmers and consumers alike. In order to be certified as organic, the cotton must meet strict standards set by an appropriate government agency or approved NGO, ensuring that the cotton is truly free of synthetic chemicals and GMOs.

Why we like it

We take our commitment to conscious consumerism seriously. That's why we source only the finest organic cotton for our t-shirt designs. And let us tell you, we're head-over-heels in love with this material. From its superior quality to its eco-friendly production, there's just so much to love about organic cotton. Allow us to share our passion with you, and we're sure you'll be smitten too..

  • The cotton is grown using no synthetic agricultural fertilisers or pesticides, meaning it’s a great deal more environmentally friendly than conventional cotton.
  • Not only is it grown without the use of harmful synthetic chemicals, but it's also certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and approved by NGOs, ensuring that it meets the highest environmental and social standards.
  • Organic cotton is breathable and durable, soft enough to wear in any climate, and resistant to wrinkles and shrinking when washed correctly.
  • The potential to be recycled multiple times promoting a circular economy. our organic cotton t-shirts that can be recycled multiple times. Our program agood loop ensures a closed-loop system where customers can send back their used t-shirts to be recycled into new products, reducing waste and promoting sustainability.
  • Choosing organic cotton helps us reduce our carbon footprint while creating fashionable and comfortable t-shirts.


Organic cotton is the cool kid in fashion town, not only is it sustainable but it's also fashionable and comfy. No wonder it's being used everywhere! Here are some of the popular applications that will make you fall in love with organic cotton:

  • Clothing: Organic cotton is widely used in the fashion industry for producing various clothing items, such as t-shirts, dresses, pants, and more.
  • Home Textiles: Organic cotton is also used for producing home textiles, including bedding, towels, and curtains.
  • Personal Care: Organic cotton is used for making various personal care products, such as cotton pads, swabs, and menstrual products.
  • Industrial Purposes: Organic cotton is also used for industrial purposes, such as producing cottonseed oil, animal feed, and paper products.

Manufacturing process

  • No synthetic agricultural fertilizers or pesticides are used in the cultivation of organic cotton. This means that the cotton is grown without the use of harmful chemicals that can have negative impacts on the environment, wildlife, and human health.
  • Organic cotton is grown using natural methods that prioritize soil health, biodiversity, and water conservation. This includes practices like crop rotation, composting, and natural pest control methods.
  • Organic cotton is certified by third-party organizations like the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), which ensures that the cotton is grown and processed according to strict environmental and social standards.
  • Organic cotton is approved by NGOs like the Organic Trade Association, which advocate for organic farming practices and the use of organic cotton in various industries.
  • Organic cotton is recyclable, meaning that it can be reused and repurposed to reduce waste and environmental impact.


Organic cotton isn't just a material, it's a lifestyle. By choosing to use organic cotton in our products, we're not only making a statement about our commitment to sustainability and ethical practices, but we're also creating a better world for ourselves and future generations. So why settle for less when you can have a stylish and eco-conscious wardrobe? Together, we can make a positive impact on the world by choosing organic cotton. Join us in agood fight to promote conscious consumerism and create a better future for the planet and its inhabitants.

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Anders Ankarlid

Anders Ankarlid

Co-founder & Product Development Lead

Co-founder of agood company and product development lead. A serial e-commerce entrepreneur, and a father of three. Have worked in e-commerce for more than a decade. Mindless consumption activist.

"I want to be able to look into my kids’ eyes and honestly say: "I did everything I could to hinder climate-change”

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