Our Premium Products
Farnico grows and processes the best quality cotton products in the World. Farnico cotton is a zero-waste crop, this results in Farnico offering fantastic organic products and by-products
In-Conversion & Organic Fibre
Fibre is processed at Farnico’s own gin - this adds to the uniqueness of the fibre processed - each bale is carefully examined and can be traced back to the household that grew it!
Farnico can offer buyers up to six different types of 100% Organic Cotton yarn spun using the latest technology at its beautiful partner facility in sunny Uzbekistan.
Farnico's cotton oil is pressed from our very own organic cotton upon processing. We can equally source the origins of the oil down to the household that grew the cottonseed.
Cottonseed meal serves are excellent animal feed as well as a great fertilizer for gardens and fields, filled with natural acidic qualities. Farnico's cottonseed meal, just like its oil, comes from the fine organic cotton grown by our Farnico-Farmers.
Certifications in Progress
The certification process can take up to three years, and while we are working on the certification, Farnico will proudly serve in-conversion cotton fibre ethically sourced through organic inputs and grown in an environmental and society friendly way - the only way Farnico accepts!
Fairtrade International (FLO) is a non-profit organisation focusing on the empowerment of farmers and workers in developing countries through trade.
EU ORGANIC CERTIFICATE
“Certified organic products cater for higher-income options for farmers, and therefore, can serve as promoters for climate-friendly farming practices worldwide.” Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO)
GLOBAL ORGANIC TEXTILE STANDARD (GOTS)
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain.
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