Organic Clothing Retailer Imago Dei Obtains Soil Association Organic Certification

The newly-awarded Soil Organic certification joins Imago Dei’s existing GOTS certification, both of which support Imago Dei’s status as a 100% Organic brand retailing only the finest organic garments.

Imago Dei’s products are made from 100% Organic Peruvian Pima Cotton which is well-known for its hypo-allergenic and soothing properties, ideal for children with sensitive skin. From blankets to bags and bodysuits, Imago Dei covers all aspects of a child’s development by providing mum with clothing and mum with clothing and accessories that are soft to touch, easy to wear and very gentle on the most sensitive skin.

Imago Dei is committed to providing a positive impact to families and the environment by using the finest organic materials and processes, and inspiring one mind at a time with their positively-branded garments. That’s why they sought the Soil Association Organic seal. The Soil Association is a membership charity campaigning for planet-friendly food and farming, and is the UK’s largest organic certification body, responsible for certifying over 70% of all organic products sold in the country.

The Soil Association inspects and awards organic certification to farms and businesses that meet its stringent organic standards. The certification, which will now appear on all of Imago Dei’s garments and accessories, recognises that these conditions and standards have been met.

Textiles that are certified as organic means that both the production of the fibre on the farm, and the processing of this fibre into textiles has met organic standards and been checked at every step of the processing supply chain for social and environmental responsibility.

Danielle Thompson, Imago Dei founder, said: “I am thrilled that Imago Dei has been awarded this sought-after and internationally-recognised organic standard. It goes a long way to reinforcing Imago Dei’s belief in a better world – one step at a time! We’re thrilled to be working with the Soil Association, and look forward to many new developments in the future.”