At Makemake Organics, we are committed to providing safe, natural products and are grateful to all our customers who share our values and look to get the best for their baby & the world.
Since our start, we have offered only certified organic products, making us one of the exclusive organic baby company in the US who's products and facility are certified organic by OneCert International, an independent third-party organic certifying agency, and all our products carry the Organic Certification label.
Makemake Organics is a GOTS certified brand with license number ONE-2842. We ensure that our products go through rigorous testing through out the whole supply chain and are free of harmful chemicals during farming, weaving, manufacturing, transportation and storage.
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In a Nutshell: GOTS is the gold standard for the sustainable processing of clothing and textiles made with organically grown fibers (like organic cotton).
Why you’ll love it: At least 70% organically grown fibers must be used for GOTS certification. Not be treated with bleach, formaldehyde or any other toxic substances - be colored with nontoxic dyes —but that isn’t enough. GOTS also has strict standards for the entire processing chain to ensure you, the workers creating a product, and the environment remain unharmed.
Learn More at: global-standard.org
Stands for: Creating higher, “fairer” standards for all workers in today's global market.
In a Nutshell: Based on the idea that the products we buy and sell are connected to the livelihoods of others, Fair Trade is a way to make a conscious choice for a better world. When a product is Fair Trade Certified™, you know it was made according to rigorous social, environmental, and economic standards.
Why you’ll love it: When you choose items that support worker welfare, you help reduce child labor, create a real living wage directly to qualified workers, and much more.
Learn More at: fairtradecertified.org
Why you’ll love it: OEKO-TEX® not only prohibits the use of substances already proven to harmful to humans, but also those that remain unregulated by the government.
Learn More at: oeko-tex.com