Egyptian Cotton, scientifically known as Gossypium barbadense and commonly referred to as extra-long staple cotton, is a cotton plant variety deliberately cultivated to yield ELS (extra-long staple) fibers exceeding 34 millimeters. These extended fibers are synonymous with high-quality cotton fabric. The cotton grown in Egypt is particularly esteemed for its capability to generate these extra-long staples or fibers.
The distinctive feature of these fibers lies in their capacity to produce thread or yarn that is finer compared to other cotton varieties, thanks to their remarkable length. Despite their smaller diameter, this yarn exhibits superior strength when compared to other types of cotton. This characteristic serves as the underlying secret behind the exceptional quality of the world's finest sheets – the superior quality of Egyptian Cotton.
Organic Turkish Cotton, characterized by its premium quality, boasts extra-long fibers that contribute to its exceptional properties. With fewer joins in the cotton threads, the resulting outcome is cotton that is not only stronger but also smoother in texture. This unique type of cotton, known for its extended fibers, is cultivated in the productive Aegean Region of Turkey.
Turkish cotton stands out for its high absorbency, striking a delicate balance between absorbency and softness, particularly evident in towels. While garments and sheets crafted from Turkish cotton are renowned, it is most celebrated for its top-notch quality, delivering soft and lightweight towels. Notably, all these products are certified organic, further enhancing their appeal.
EDFA certified bedding – The welfare of the animals and proper husbandry are of vital importance for our society. This does not only apply to the actual well-being of the animals, but also to a high degree to public health, commerce and the international competitiveness of the European economy.
The respective legal provisions within the EC on animal husbandry and feather gathering are automatically part of its codex.