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Our range of organic cotton is sustainable, friendly to the planet and easy to wear. Organic cotton is of the finest quality and grown naturally without the use of any harmful chemicals, benefitting the workers, the earth and you.


At White Stuff, we are committed to sourcing cotton ethically and sustainably. Our commitment is to only use sustainably sourced cotton by 2024. By working closely with our suppliers, we are delighted to offer organic cotton and Fairtrade Sourced Cotton products.
We are excited to start this journey and for you to join us, as sustainably sourced cotton becomes a bigger and more comprehensive offer, both online and within our shops.


Organic cotton is grown from non-genetically modified seeds and without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilisers. By avoiding synthetic inputs, it means that farmers and the environment are being exposed to fewer harmful chemicals.
Organic production systems also replenish and maintain soil fertility, enabling the farmers to grow complementary crops and rotate crops to keep the soil healthy. Third-party certification organisations verify that organic producers use only methods and materials allowed in organic production. This ensures that the cotton sourced meets strict environmental standards.

OUR WHITE STUFF COMMITMENT TO FAIRTRADE COTTONWe have signed a three year agreement with Fairtrade. In the first year, we are committed to buying 100 metric tonnes of Fairtrade cotton. Our agreement is to increase the amount of Fairtrade cotton we source year on year.
We are proud to let you know we are the first UK retailer to commit to the mass balance cotton programme.


Fairtrade cotton supports the people at the beginning of the supply chain - the farmers who sow, grow and harvest the raw cotton.
Fairtrade ensures that they earn a fair price for their cotton. The cost of Fairtrade is split into two parts: the Fairtrade Minimum Price and the Fairtrade Premium. The Minimum Price is set to ensure that farmers are being paid enough for their crop. It protects farmers against changes in the market and price fluctuations.
Farmers are organised into certified cooperatives and the Fairtrade Premium is an additional amount of money on top of the price that these cooperatives can choose how to spend. Examples include schools for their children, better irrigation systems, better access to doctors and better quality seeds. Through Fairtrade, thousands of cotton farmers have already improved their lives.
Cotton cooperatives have become better organised, farms are more productive and women are receiving the same rights as men. Cotton production uses a lot of water and farmers are affected by climate change. Fairtrade supports farmers in managing the environmental and health risks from cotton production. By meeting Fairtrade Standards, farmers can also improve soil fertility, prevent soil erosion and use water more sustainably. Farmers are also able to continually invest in their businesses and improve their livelihoods.
We have joined and committed to the Fairtrade Sourced Cotton model. This means that the quantity of cotton required for clothes carrying this Mark on our web page is sourced, traded and audited on Fairtrade terms. The cotton may be mixed with non-certified cotton, on a mass balance basis and Fairtrade producers receive the Fairtrade Minimum Price and the additional Premium.

(1985 to be more precise) a far off land (the French Alps actually), two handsome princes (well, possibly not - more like ski bum Sean and catering student George) struck upon selling t-shirts and sweats to the mountain folk. Thus, White Stuff was born.
Since then many moons have passed, with much growing and much change. But, the enduring principles that guided the young fledgling from the start (to be better, to be different, to be original), remain as true today as they did back then - a time when the internet, mobile phones and sweet chilli crisps did not exist...

We are supporters of the Fashion Revolution campaign, which was set up in the wake of the terrible Rana Plaza factory collapse killing over 1100 garment workers. By showing our support we sincerely hope such a tragedy is never repeated. Whilst we have not, and do not, use the factory and suppliers affected in the disaster, we recognise that the issues are wider than this incident, so we have been working hard to increase the transparency of our supply chain.


We have six factories that manufacture our products in Bangladesh. Here's some of the work we have been doing to ensure the safety and welfare of the people who work there.
  • •  We have introduced a buildings safety inspection clause in our auditing procedure.
  • •  We have given our auditors guidance on this clause through training.
  • •  We regularly audit our six factories and have a focus on structural safety.

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