Sheep’s wool is a natural fiber oldest and is itself an organic tissue. In the past half century have been gradually replaced natural fibers by synthetic fibers. All this without considering the serious impact on the lives of millions of people working in the production of natural fibers nor the ecosystem or the final consumer who more often suffer from allergies due to overuse of synthetic fibers.
Wool is a natural animal fiber, renewable, environmentally friendly and biodegradable. While cotton is the first in the ecological pyramid fibers, wool “environmentally responsible” continues to grow and is on the rise among consumers.

The organic wool is from sheep that has been fed grass without fertilizer or pesticides. All the food is natural and also the use of drugs in animals is completely controlled. It also controls the overexploitation of pastures since the number of sheep per hectare of pasture is controlled. The Organic Exchange recommends clothing brands, distributors, manufacturers, farmers an...

The key to increase the supply of organic wool is in the future to work together throughout the supply chain and consumer attitudes. It is basic support among farmers, manufacturers, distributors, customers, projects to enhance responsible and working methods that respect the environment. The key is also in the awareness of consumers. At that value to enjoy a higher quality garment, a very noble material, and more “healthy” for your body, although the economic cost is somewhat higher. Consumers will perceive the use of environmentally responsible processes as an “added value” in the future. The consumer can re-evaluate a garment and love it. They can keep their clothes many time it in the closet. This effect is already known as “slow fashion”. Often it is not necessary to buy so many clothes so often.

It is fundamental that is needed to establish a “fair price” in the wool markets, enabling farmers to incorporate green responsible processes for ensuring continuous improvement in the care organic herds.

Intermediaries and brands may reduce the risk faced by farmers, who do not want to risk creating surpluses that would lead to a cut in prices and profits.
Increase investments in financial institutions, governmental and philanthropic development and technical support to existing programs and new projects to produce organic wool.
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