The production of colored cotton meets the quality standards required by the domestic and foreign markets: It is totally free from agrochemicals, which generates a final product without contamination, free of chemical and dyeing processes, with high added value.

These are practices that contribute to keeping the soil, watercourses and groundwater protected.

The colors depend on the soil where the cotton was planted and the weather conditions throughout the season. Considered an ecological product, colored cotton is hypoallergenic and has a softer touch.

The cotton is also grown on small farms to support the local agriculture and to fight the monoculture of low value products such as the tobacco. Because this cotton product is pest resistant there is no need to use pesticides.

This helps the farmers to save their crops and to provide the financial support so needed as it is their only source of income.