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Vanpro‘s Organic clothing is different from natural clothing. Natural clothing may be made from the same materials that organic clothing are made of – such as cotton, hemp, linen, silk, soybean or bamboo – but we are not sure if these natural fibers were not exposed to synthetic chemicals when they were being processed into clothing.


It makes better sense for us to buy organic clothing. With organic clothing, we protect ourselves from disease. We also say no to the widespread usage of synthetic chemicals in farms and give our environment a stronger fighting chance at survival.


Organic cotton clothing is undeniably safe. It allows the skin to breathe more freely. Moreover, it does not have toxins or other harmful substances that you will normally find in conventionally made clothing. The skin can absorb these substances through the pores, and this can lead to the development of various allergies and ailments, including cancer.


Vanpro presently has a small range of items like Baby Wears, Shawls, Shirt, Towels  Bed sheets, Ladies Slips, Long Top, T-shirt, Trousers, Shirts, and Tops.


In the coming years we are planning to include a wide range of other necessary textiles and garments.

 
     
 Bedspreads & Comforters  Shawls  Towels
 
Vanpro Textiles includes Men’s wear
 
   
  Crews Thermals Long Sleeves  

                   

 

  Production    
 
   
  Cotton   belongs to the Gossypium sp . Cotton was first cultivated seven thousand years ago in the Indus valley that covered a huge swath of the north-western part of the Indian subcontinent,
     

comprising today of parts of Eastern Pakistan and Northwestern India. The use of cotton textiles had spread from India to the Mediterranean and beyond.


It is major fibre crop in Northern Karnataka districts of Bellary, Raichur & Dharwar. It is grown in small pockets of Chickmagalur, Hassan & Shimoga Districts.


Vanpro has its associate organic growers in these districts 

 

   
  During the conversion of cotton into conventional clothing, many hazardous materials are used and added to the product, including silicone waxes, harsh petroleum scours,
     

softeners, heavy metals, flame and soil retardants, ammonia, and formaldehyde-just to name a few . Organic textiles are manufactured without use of these toxic materials in the production process.


Organic farming methods use natural fertilizers, like compost and animal manure, that recycles the nitrogen already in the soil rather than adding more, which reduces both pollution and N2O emissions

Textiles

  • Bedspreads
  • Shawls
  • Trousers
  • Kids wear
  • Mens wear
  • Womens wear