Organic Content Standard
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Forskellen på OCS 100 og OCS Blend
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Hvad er forskellen på OCS og GOTS?
GOTS is a comprehensive standard that makes a ‘full product claim’ that sets detailed environmental and social criteria throughout the entire textile supply chain. By contrast, OCS (Organic Content Standard; previously OE 100 and Blended Standards - issued by Textile Exchange) traces the organic fibre flow throughout the entire textile supply chain, allowing an organic ‘fibre claim’ in the final textile product, but without any requirement to meet environmental or social criteria in processing. Brands and retailers may use OCS as a stepping stone to GOTS (e.g. a certification to cover tracking and handling while supply chains organise themselves to comply with GOTS).
Many companies in the supply chain choose to be certified to both standards - GOTS and OCS -, in order to better meet the needs of their customers. There may be cases in which a specific product cannot meet all demanding processing requirements of GOTS (eg: because not all dyestuffs and auxiliaries used comply with GOTS processing criteria or the minimum percentage of 70% organic fibres is not met). In that case, the product could still be certified to OCS, which allows verification and labelling for the organic fibre content. GOTS and OCS may, therefore, be seen as complementary rather than competing certification systems.
ovenstående er kopieret fra: https://global-standard.org/q-and-a#differencegotsandOCS
læs mere om alle textile exchanges standarter: https://textileexchange.org/standards/
Sourcing house om OCS - https://sourcing-house.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/3.-OCS-Organic-Content-Claim.pdf
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