Finest organic and regenerative cottons for a better world

Suppliers of 100% organic and regenerative cotton fabrics and garments since 1992.

We grow the world we want

We only develop and support ecological cotton cultivation projects that contribute to both people and the planet.

OCCRegenerative® Brazil

Since 2013, cotton from our own Family Farming agro ecological project has been providing economic security and development to over 200 families of small farmers in north-eastern Brazil.

We organically and regeneratively cultivate various local varieties of Naturally Colorgrown Cotton from the seed, millennia-old varieties of Brazilian cotton that naturally grow in raw, green, and brown tones.

OCCBiodynamic® Egypt

Cotton from SEKEM, a holistic sustainable development project in Egypt that has transformed over 2,500 hectares of desert land into fertile soil. Also known as “the miracle of the desert”. SEKEM is a global reference in biodynamic agriculture methods, a project that provides work and life prospects for more than 20,000 people in Egypt.

We source Pima Egyptian cotton from Giza varieties, considered the world’s best cotton due to its extra-long staples and its natural sheen and silkiness.

OCCRegenerative® Turkey

Cotton from EGE ORGANIC, a pioneering family-owned agricultural company in Turkey specializing in the production of certified organic cotton. We now support their new cotton Carbon Farming project, a regenerative initiative that enhances the CO2 capture process in agricultural practices to mitigate climate change. We source Turkish cotton of the Aegean variety, known for its high-quality long and silky fibers, cultivated in the Aegean region for over 5,000 years.

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OCCGuarantee®

Certification of sustainable cotton with assurance of best practices from seed to garment.

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Cotton seeds

We only develop and support organic and regenerative cotton cultivation projects that contribute to both people and the planet.

Yarn cones

Made from 100% compacted and combed organic cotton. Undyed, respecting the natural colors of the fiber from our Brazilian, Egyptian, and Turkish cotton varieties.

Fabrics

Superior quality knitted and woven fabrics, crafted with European standards with our yarns, in textile mills carefully selected for their high quality and sustainable industrial processes.

Garment manufacturing

We collaborate with manufacturing workshops and mills that strictly adhere to European standards, implementing high-quality control protocols and sustainable garment production processes.

Beyond transactions, we seek partners who share our transformative journey in the textile industry. By promoting the consumption of fabrics and clothing made from organic and regenerative cotton, we invite brands, suppliers, and consumers to actively contribute to creating lasting positive impacts on people, the environment, and farming communities.

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FAQs

Organic cotton is cultivated without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or synthetic chemical fertilizers, also prohibiting genetically modified seeds (GMOs). Focused on soil sustainability and water conservation, it obtains certification through organic standards such as GOTS, EU Organics or USDA Organics, among others, promoting environmentally friendly agricultural and textile practices.

Organic cotton differs from conventional cotton due to its sustainable agricultural practices: no pesticides or synthetic chemical fertilizers, no genetically modified seeds, organic certification such as EU Organics or USDA Organics, and promotion of soil health. In contrast, conventional cotton uses genetically modified seeds, pesticides, herbicides, and synthetic chemical fertilizers, which have negative impacts on the health of farmers, soil degradation, biodiversity, and water resources.

In general, both terms are often used interchangeably, but they are different terms. While organic cotton specifically refers to cotton cultivated without genetically modified seeds (GMOs) and without the use of herbicides, pesticides, and synthetic chemical fertilizers, ecological cotton may refer to broader agricultural practices that include reducing overall environmental impacts, such as water conservation and sustainable resource management.

Organic cotton prioritizes agricultural practices without genetically modified seeds (GMOs), herbicides, pesticides, or synthetic chemical fertilizers, with certifications such as EU Organic or USDA Organic. In contrast, regenerative crop cotton is more holistic, prioritizing soil regeneration, agricultural ecosystems, and biodiversity, using practices that include and combine organic cultivation with techniques such as crop rotation, intercropping, mulching, or cover cropping.

Cotton is sustainable when its cultivation and production prioritize environmentally friendly and socially responsible practices. This involves minimal or zero use of herbicides, pesticides, and synthetic chemical fertilizers, the prohibition of genetically modified seeds (GMOs), the promotion of soil and water health, as well as the certification of organic crops, such as EU Organic and USDA Organic, or environmentally and socially sustainable textile transformation practices like GOTS. This approach reduces environmental impact and improves the lives of farmers, contributing to a more equitable and healthy system for both people and the planet.

Latest blog posts

Wearing the Colours of the Sun

When we imagine cotton, a ball of white fluff instantly comes to mind. But, in reality, the plant naturally exists in multiple colours. Archaeological evidence shows that various shades of colour-grown cotton have blossomed wild across South America and Asia for the last 5,000 years.

Earthsight Report

The major fashion brands are sourcing cotton from Brazil's Bahia state, linked to a range of concerning issues including land grabbing, illegal deforestation, violence, human rights violations, and corruption.

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