In these unprecedented times where many things are uncertain, it is important to prioritize what’s best for you and your family. No place provides stability quite like your home. Perhaps you’ve moved to remote work, spending more time in the house than ever. It is vital you keep your interior as comforting as possible and there is no better way of improving your surroundings than using quality products that are good for you and the environment. Many brands use organic cotton to make bedding, but American Blossom is the only one using USA organic cotton.
American Blossom is different. Their sheets, towels, blankets and pillows are grown, processed, finished, and shipped in the USA, drastically reducing their carbon footprint. The shorter the distance materials travel, the lower the environmental impact.
Note about Cotton sheets labeled “Wrinkle-Free”, “Easy Care” and “Permanent Press” - These labels indicate the fabric has been treated with formaldehyde resin, one of the most toxic chemical fabric finishes. Formaldehyde is one of about two dozen toxins commonly found in textiles that are believed by doctors to contribute to Multiple Chemical Sensitivities(MCS).
The United States once had a robust textile manufacturing economy. In the 1990's textile companies went overseas in search of cheaper labor and fewer environmental regulations. Per the Bureau of Labor Statistics between 1990 and 2016 there were a total of 516,000 jobs lost in the textile industry. About 650 textile plants closed between 1997 and 2009. The textile sector collapsed, many Americans lost their jobs, towns were devastated, and a wave of exploitation began globally.
When you invest in American Blossom, you are supporting sustainable agricultural practices, a reinvigoration of the once thriving textile industry, local supply chains and your fellow Americans. When you choose American Blossom, you choose American quality, farm to bed!