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PURE HEMP BED LINEN | LOVINGLY MADE TO ORDER IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA | ZERO WASTE PRACTICES | FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $99 |

SUSTAINABILITY
BUSINESS PRACTICES

We embrace sustainability where ever possible in all aspects of the business: from the fabrics we use, our makers, packaging. In 2014 we teamed up with a local business called Carbon Neutral and became part of their Plant A Tree program.

For every online purchase, a percentage of proceeds goes toward planting a native tree in Australia on our customer’s behalf.

Carbon Neutral specialises in biodiverse conservation plantings, using trees and shrubs that are native to Australia. Native trees help to reduce soil salinity, provide wind breaks, enhance biodiversity, sequester greenhouse gas emissions and restore habitat for native animals.

So by supporting our business, our customers are also supporting a greener Australia.

FOR THE LOVE OF HEMP.

Hemp is an incredibly versatile plant and an excellent fibre to wear. It breathes beautifully, is warming in winter and cooling in summer; boasting the highest UV protection of all natural fibres.

Hemp grows extremely fast, producing more fibre yield per acre than any other source. Hemp can produce 250% more fibre than cotton and 600% more fibre than flax using the same amount of land.

Moreover, hemp does not exhaust the soil. Hemp plants shed their leaves all through the growing season, adding rich organic matter to the topsoil and helping it retain moisture. Farmers have reported excellent hemp growth on land that has been cultivated steadily for nearly 100 years.

Its natural antibacterial properties make it perfect for asthma and allergy sufferers and its ability to thermoregulate make it perfect against the skin all year round.

TRANSPARENCY

Our premium 100% hemp fabric is grown in South China and woven in central China. Due to its antibacterial properties, the use of pesticides and chemicals are not needed in its production.

The plant is harvested, and the husk is stripped back to reveal the long strands of bast fibre that are the basis of the yarn. It is dried, beaten and spun before it is woven and then dyed using OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified dyes in China.

If you have any questions at all about our supply chain please reach out!

Get in touch
BUSINESS PRACTICES

We embrace sustainability where ever possible in all aspects of the business: from the fabrics we use, our makers, packaging. In 2014 we teamed up with a local business called Carbon Neutral and became part of their Plant A Tree program.

For every online purchase, a percentage of proceeds goes toward planting a native tree in Australia on our customer’s behalf.

Carbon Neutral specialises in biodiverse conservation plantings, using trees and shrubs that are native to Australia. Native trees help to reduce soil salinity, provide wind breaks, enhance biodiversity, sequester greenhouse gas emissions and restore habitat for native animals.

So by supporting our business, our customers are also supporting a greener Australia.

FOR THE LOVE OF HEMP.

Hemp is an incredibly versatile plant and an excellent fibre to wear. It breathes beautifully, is warming in winter and cooling in summer; boasting the highest UV protection of all natural fibres.

Hemp grows extremely fast, producing more fibre yield per acre than any other source. Hemp can produce 250% more fibre than cotton and 600% more fibre than flax using the same amount of land.

Moreover, hemp does not exhaust the soil. Hemp plants shed their leaves all through the growing season, adding rich organic matter to the topsoil and helping it retain moisture. Farmers have reported excellent hemp growth on land that has been cultivated steadily for nearly 100 years.

Its natural antibacterial properties make it perfect for asthma and allergy sufferers and its ability to thermoregulate make it perfect against the skin all year round.

TRANSPARENCY

Our premium 100% hemp fabric is grown in South China and woven in central China. Due to its antibacterial properties, the use of pesticides and chemicals are not needed in its production.

The plant is harvested, and the husk is stripped back to reveal the long strands of bast fibre that are the basis of the yarn. It is dried, beaten and spun before it is woven and then dyed using OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified dyes in China.

If you have any questions at all about our supply chain please reach out!

Get in touch