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Published on Mar 17, 2010

http://www.midoribamboo.com
Wrap Your Baby in the Softness of Bamboo Baby Clothing

Midori Bamboo offers unique bamboo baby clothing products and packaging that are as special as your baby. Bamboo is a remarkable renewable and sustainable resource. When you choose bamboo baby clothing and bamboo baby accessories from Midori Bamboo, youre making a choice that provides the best for your baby and makes a positive difference to our environment!

The Advantages of Organic Bamboo Baby Clothes

Naturally hypo-allergenic and perfect for sensitive skin
Naturally anti-bacterial
Thermal regulating-breathable
Super soft and silky, similar to cashmere
Odor free
Super absorbent

Bamboo Baby Clothes Make a Perfect Gift

What a surprise not only to receive a baby gift made from bamboo, but especially one that is beautifully nestled in a keepsake Midori Bamboo Box. Give a gift that truly makes a difference and will be appreciated for many years to come.

Lets Take Baby Steps Toward a Greener Tomorrow

Why bamboo?

With the growing awareness of our environment, consumers want more information on the amount of resources required to produce the products they use. Products made from bamboo (like bamboo baby clothes) have gained incredible status as the most environmentally friendly raw material on earth, especially when compared to cotton. This is why bamboo is such an amazing plant. Bamboo is used as a resource for many things such as building products, textiles, food and medicine. More importantly, bamboo also works as a highly effective air filter absorbing huge amounts of carbon dioxide while cooling and oxygenating the air.

As the most eco-sustainable textile currently on the market, bamboo helps to keep a babys footprint virtually carbon-free. As the world demands more energy, products made from bamboo fiber help to offset that demand. Bamboo is a remarkable, renewable and sustainable resource. Since all of the viscose from bamboo is processed in China and there is such an abundance of bamboo growing in China, Midori Bamboo uses bamboo grown from there.

How does bamboo grow?

Bamboo isnt farmed in the conventional way. Bamboo grows naturally, without assistance from man. Bamboo thrives naturally without using any pesticides or fertilizers. As the fastest growing plant in the world, bamboo grows to its maximum height in about 3 months and reaches maturity in 3-4 years. Bamboo is actually classified as a grass, not a tree. There are over 1500 species that grow in all different types of climates. Think how long it takes to grow a tree to full maturity. Bamboo does not require replanting because it continually creates new sprouts. It spreads rapidly across large areas and requires very little water. Because of this, bamboo is known to improve soil quality in degraded and eroded areas of land.

How bamboo compares to cotton.

As one of the worlds most versatile and environmentally-friendly materials, bamboo has been used as the perfect natural resource for thousands of years. Bamboo requires no fertilizers, pesticides or insecticides to grow so the fabric has no harmful chemical residues to irritate your skin unlike most cotton clothing, which leaves behind damaging chemicals in the fabric. Growing cotton requires the use of fertilizers and insecticides; many are among the most toxic chemicals on earth. It takes 1/3 of a pound of chemical fertilizers to produce just one pound of cotton (basically one t-shirt). The cotton industry is non-sustainable and causes enormous damage to the earths air, water and soil. It impacts the health of the people that work in the cotton fields as well as those living in and around the area of the cotton fields. Most consumers are unaware of these facts because cotton is what we all grew up with and we never questioned the process. In comparison, bamboo requires NO fertilizer, pesticides or chemicals to grow. It has no harmful residue left on it compared with the non-sustainable, chemically damaging cultivation that cotton requires. For these reasons bamboo is considered a viable alternative to cotton.

Make a newborns first footprint carbon-free with the luscious softness of bamboo baby clothing. Gifts come beautifully packaged in natural bamboo boxes.

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