Major American retailers have been selling premium-priced sheets purportedly made of Egyptian cotton — a byword for luxury in linens — but that may in reality be woven with lower-quality cotton blends.
Cotton Incorporated’s Consumer Marketing Division has launched a new consumer-directed advertising campaign titled Leave Comfort to Clothes. Read moreRead More »
Markets are begging for more organic corn and soybeans. In 2017, the U.S. imported 16 million bushels of each crop. There’s room for growth, too—organic only accounts for 0.2% of corn and 0.1% of soybean production, according to Rabobank and USDA. Read moreRead More »