What does “Organic” really mean? (Sleep Science)

What does it mean when something is organic?

Organic food and materials are produced in a way that cycles resources, promotes ecological balance, and conserves biodiversity. Materials produced organically are made without artificial pesticides or fertilizers and don’t contain any additives. In plain English, this means when you buy organic, you’re supporting a means of production that is better for the environment and safer for you.

But how can you be sure it’s really organic?

A lot of companies claim to sell organic products, but can’t prove to you that they really are. Using the word organic in reference to products is not regulated in the United States. This is why certification is so important. Major certification boards like GOLS, GOTS, and Oeko Tex are independent organizations that inspect “organic” products to make sure they meet real and strict organic standards.

At Palmpring, we take the word organic very seriously. We have up to date certifications for our organic latex, rubberized coconut coir, cotton, and wool from the most prestigious and reputable certification boards in the world. You don’t have to take our word for it either. Our certifications are always readily available for you to read and verify for yourself. When you buy a Palmpring mattress, you can be certain that you’re getting a certified organic, all-natural product. More than that, you can rest easy knowing your comfortable new mattress is better for you and for the environment.

Don’t settle for less than Certified Organic. Get the real deal at Palmpring Organic Mattress today!