The Green Button
We carry products certified with the Green Button label. The Green Button is a government-run certification label for sustainably manufactured textiles. It sets out mandatory requirements to protect people and the environment in the textile production process. A total of 46 stringent social and environmental standards must be met. Independent auditors review compliance with the criteria.
Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®)
The FSC® promotes the sustainable management of the world’s forests to safeguard them for future generations. The FSC® label on a product ensures that it is made from material from well-managed, FSC®-certified forests and other controlled sources.
Consumers can thus be assured that we only use material from eco-friendly forestry enterprises. Our application of the FSC® label is testament to our commitment to preserve and improve economically viable, environmentally friendly and socially responsible forestry enterprises.
The Good Cashmere Standard® by AbTF (GCS® by AbTF)
We carry products certified according to The Good Cashmere Standard® by AbTF. In doing so, we ensure greater animal welfare, better working conditions of farmers and farm workers, and the protection of our environment.
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We carry products that have been certified with the Oeko Tex 100 logo. STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is one of the world's best-known labels for textiles tested for harmful substances. Textile products of all processing stages can be certified, from yarns to finished fabrics and finished articles.
Organic Content Standard (OCS)
The Organic Content Standard (OCS) was developed by the Textile Exchange organisation. In addition to a defined minimum content of organic cotton, one of the main criteria for compliance with this standard is traceability of the supply chain.
Thus, transparency within the supply chain is also attained. (Certified by Ecocert Greenlife, license no. 151896).
Global Organic Content Standard (GOTS)
GOTS is the world’s leading standard governing the processing of textiles and organic fibres. Companies along the entire value-added chain are subject to an annual on-site inspection and must hold a valid certificate. Only then can the final products be classified as GOTS-certified. Our use of the GOTS label particularly enables us to demonstrate full transparency in our production chain, as the cotton can be traced back to its origin.
We are also committed to disclosing the chemical additives used and acknowledging our company’s compliance with relevant environmental and social criteria (Certified by Ecocert Greenlife, license no. 151896).
In the Wünsche food sector, we also offer some Fairtrade certified products. Products that bear the Fairtrade label are tested according to social, ecological, and economic criteria. Fair prices and safe working conditions play a key role in fair trade. Among other things, Fairtrade promotes freedom of association, resource protection and environmentally friendly cultivation.
Fairtrade strictly prohibits child labour and discrimination in the workplace. In addition, the label sets a minimum purchase price for the products (“Fairtrade Minimum Price” and “Fairtrade Premium”).
Global Recycled Standard (GRS)
The Global Recycled Standard (GRS) is a standard of Textile Exchange. Products certified to the Global Recycled Standard/GRS contain independently verified recycled content and have met social, environmental, and chemical requirements at each stage of the supply chain, from the recycler to the finished product. (Certified by Ecocert Greenlife, license no. 151896)
Responsible Wool Standard (RWS)
The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) is a standard of Textile Exchange. Products certified to the Responsible Wool Standard/RWS contain wool from independently certified farms regarding animal welfare and land management requirements. (Certified by Ecocert Greenlife, license no. 151896)