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What does GOTS stand for?

GOTS stands for Global Organic Textile Standard (Oregon Tilth; Salem, OR)

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April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Coyuchi, the first company to bring 100% organic cotton bedding to the United States, is proud to continue leading the way in eco-conscious and socially responsible home textile manufacturing, announcing today the certification of its organic cotton product lines to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).
GOTS stands for Global Organic Textile Standard, and it means that Savvy Rest's manufacturing facility has passed the most demanding organic requirements a product or manufacturer can meet.
NAT, OTC Bulletin Board: NADVF, TSXV: NAT) announced today that CRAiLAR Organic fibers, the foundation for a truly sustainable yarn in the apparel industry, has been approved for the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Textile Auxiliary Agents, or chemical input, certification, being recognized as using only the cleanest and least toxic ingredients in their (wet) processing.
REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT II-11 Overview II-11 Select Regulatory Organizations II-11 Organic Trade Association II-11 Soil Association II-11 Global Standards II-11 Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) II-12 Organic Exchange II-12 Others II-13 Organic Cotton Standardizations in Select Countries/Regions II-13 The United States II-13 Europe II-13 Japan II-14 5.
REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT II-11 Overview II-11 Select Regulatory Organizations II-11 Organic Trade Association II-11 Soil Association II-11 Global Standards II-11 Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS) II-12 Organic Exchange II-12 Others II-13 Organic Cotton Standardizations in Select Countries/Regions II-13 The United States II-13 Europe II-13 Japan II-14 5.