Environmental + Social Initiatives

We’re pleased to partner with fabric mills and workshops that share our reverence for environmental and social sustainability, and we appreciate the effort and ingenuity they put into minimizing the impact that textile production has on the planet and their own workers. We team up with companies that meet our high standards and work with them to continually improve our practices and their practices. From an environmental standpoint, Coyuchi looks at the full life of a product—from the farm where the fiber is produced to what happens to the product when it reaches the end of its life. The two areas where we can have the biggest impact are on the farm or ranch where the fiber is produced, and how the end product is produced. To address these, we use only organic cotton and other natural fibers, and we actively work with industry partners to ensure environmental performance at our production facilities.

Coyuchi works with environmental and social standards set forth by the following organizations:


USDA Organic


Agricultural production method that employs natural inputs for fertilizers and pesticides, uses non-GMO seeds, and preserves natural resources and biodiversity. Learn more here.


Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)


Textile production certification that ensures nontoxic dyes and treatments are used in facilities that have strict social and environmental standards. Learn more here.


Textile Exchange


Nonprofit organization founded in 2002 working to expand textile sustainability across the global textile value chain. Learn more here.


Fair Trade USA


Works to improve wages, benefits and working conditions for workers and farmers around the world. Learn more here.


International Labour Organization (ILO)


Works to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialog on work-related issues. Learn more here.