Linen Bread Bag – Thin Stonewashed – Grey Stripe
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The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is a global independent certification system that regulates the use of harmful chemicals for yarns, fabrics, and finished textiles. Products with this certification meet rigorous environmentally friendly standards, as well as human-ecological health standards. OEKO-TEX® also creates standards based on the item’s proximity and sensitivity of the skin. For example, OEKO-TEX® holds baby clothing to a higher standard than an outer coat. For a product to earn this certification, all parts of the product must meet the criteria, including parts of clothing such as buttons, linings, threads, etc.
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Companies can adopt multiple practices to dye their textiles and products in a more environmentally safe way. Low impact dyes usually do not contain toxins such as heavy metals, plasticizers, fluorocarbons, and formaldehyde. Sustainable dyes can also be water or plant based, or use less water than conventional dyeing methods.
Linen is made from the flax plant, a versatile crop that grows with minimal water and usually does not require fertilizers to grow. Generally, the entire flax plant is harvested and utilized, and the fibers used to create fabric run the length of the stem. These long fibers create a super durable fabric, and result in little to no waste in harvesting! Creating linen usually involves mechanical pulling and retting to soften and release the fibers from the stems. These fibers can then be woven into fabric without using chemical processes.
Tired of making homemade bread, or grabbing a loaf from your local bakery, and having it go bad quickly? That's where LinenCasa's Stonewashed Linen Bread Bag comes in. Made from 100% stonewashed linen, the most breathable natural fabric around, this bread bag keeps your baked goods out of the light to keep them from drying out. The linen is lightweight enough so that mold and moisture are prevented as well, so you have better bread for longer. Whether you're trying your hand at baking, wanting tRead More