GOTS/Global Organic Textile Standard: It is the gold standard for the sustainable processing of clothing and textiles made with organically grown fibers. Importance: In order to get this certification, at least 70% organically grown fibers must be used. It’s safe as it is not treated with bleach, formaldehyde, other toxic substances, or colored with nontoxic dyes. GOTS regulations ensures that companies follow strict standards for the entire processing chain to ensure that you, the workers creating a product, and the environment remain unharmed.
OEKO-TEX: It is a certification for Confidence in Textiles, which means that it is tested for harmful substances. When you see the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® mark, the items are protected from the harmful chemicals and toxins commonly used in textile production. Importance: OEKO-TEX® not only prohibits the use of substances already proven to harmful to humans, but also those that remain unregulated by the government.
EN71: It’s a compliance with the standard is legally required for all toys sold in the European Union. Importance: This is a European standard EN 71 specifies safety requirements for toys/teethers.
Fair Trade: Based on the idea that the products we buy and sell are connected to the livelihoods of others. Hence, Fair Trade is a way to make a conscious choice for a better world. Basically, the product made was made according to rigorous social, environmental, and economic standards for all workers in today's global market. Importance: When we choose items that support worker welfare, we basically help reduce child labors and create a real living wage directly to these qualified workers.