Pure Comfort and Pollution Control
Let’s look at this logically. If you source your bed linens, towels and pillowcases from overseas you’re adding to the problems of the planet. China is notorious for having little to no pollution controls. Their carbon footprint is more like a carbon hammer, almost double the CO2 impact of the United States. And, that’s the in-country number. Now add 8,000 + miles of travel to get to your door from the factory and that impact becomes a double whammy for global warming. If you live in California or any of the other states suffering from debilitating heatwaves and water shortages, this alone should be enough to make you want to support sustainable consumer buying practices.
When you purchase from a company like American Blossom whose sheets, pillows, towels and blankets are made from locally grown cotton, processed in the US and shipped from Georgia, you have a substantially lower environmental impact.
And you have that intangible of a company whose sole obsession of making the most comfortable and high-quality sheet in the world resonates in their work culture. They care about the products going out their door. The exploited workers overseas have no connection to the communities and people that use the products they produce, and they very likely don’t care.
Everyone along the production chain, from the cotton spinner to the sewing machine operators at American Blossom cares about the products, cares your comfort, and is proud of the long lasting nature of their bedding and the value for money that comes from an American Made Product.
“We even include a little gift in each package we send out. Sheets come with a locally made tea, Biron Teas; Towels include a locally made soap, Yellow Rose Farm Soap,” adds Wischnia. “We also never use plastic for shipping. Only recycled paper and boxes.”
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