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Oeko-Tex Streamlines Testing for Organic Cotton Certification

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The Oeko-Tex Association has approved testing in accordance with the ISO/IWA 32 protocol as proof of compliance with the genetically modified organism (GMO) testing requirement for its Standard 100 certification of untreated organic cotton. This new method is an additional option to the existing Oeko-Tex GMO test developed with the Hohenstein Institute. Both approved methods…

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