Organic All the Way

Walzer, Emily
August 2005
SGB;Aug2005, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p62
Trade Publication
Focuses on the popularity of organic textiles in the sporting goods industry. Efforts to advance in an economic-friendly product development; Views of Matthew Mole, president of Vermont Organic Fibers, on the valuableness of fiber processing standards; Information on the Rehance printing method offered by Greensboro, North Carolina-based T. S. Designs.


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