Sustainability:

Protecting our planet’s non-renewables is on everyone’s mind, as is establishing widespread use of ecologically viable resources. We all have the power to create a culture that makes decisions about what is best for our planet. Kakun chooses products made with GOTS certified organic cotton and Premium Eco Wool™ that are sustainably and ethically sourced, following strict social and environmental standards.

The Kakun team is proud to partner with companies that hold the following certifications. These are independent, third-party governing certification organizations that oversee all industries.

Certifications:

Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the leading standard for organic textiles. This organization established comprehensive rules for ecological and socially responsible textile production. A GOTS certification ensures the organic status of textiles from harvesting of raw materials, through environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing, and then all the way to labeling in order to provide credible assurance to the consumer.

Premium Eco WoolTM is produced to the highest standards on local American farms; some of these standards are beyond those specified for organic materials. Premium Eco WoolTM is not certified organic. At this time very little organic wool is grown in North America. Holy Lamb Organics' Premium Eco WoolTM is a blend of seven different types of wool varying from fine to coarse in order to create the most ideal wool fiber for use in bedding.

Oregon Tilth is a nonprofit research and education membership organization dedicated to biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture. Oregon Tilth offers educational events throughout the state of Oregon, and provides organic certification services to organic growers, processors, and handlers internationally.

UC Davis Toxicology Lab Tested California Animal Health & Food Safety Laboratory - All wool used by Holy Lamb Organics uses in the manufacturing of their natural and organic bedding products is tested for heavy metals through fiber sample analysis.