In the U.S., organic baby clothing is one of the biggest retailers on Amazon.com.
It’s also one of Amazon’s biggest revenue streams, according to the company.
However, Amazon has come under fire from some organic baby apparel critics, who claim that organic baby products are just as disposable as those with synthetic materials.
That’s because while some organic items are made from organic ingredients, they are not truly organic.
“I don’t want to say ‘organic’ in the sense that it’s not the same thing as having an organic farmer,” said Michelle Cottom, who founded Organic Baby Products and is a registered dietitian and organic farm manager.
“We’re still using synthetic materials.”
The term organic is often used interchangeably with organic, which is a catch-all term that includes anything that comes from natural sources.
Some organic baby items can contain more than 50 percent organic ingredients.
But, the word organic is not always clear-cut.
Some people have accused organic baby cloths of using synthetic ingredients.
The term is often referred to as “organic” and “natural” because it’s based on the fact that it is derived from plants.
“They’re using synthetic fibers, which means they’re not using the same type of organic material,” said Cottos mother, Jennifer.
“It’s just like synthetic fiber,” said her mother, whose husband also works in the food industry.
“You can’t be an organic baby if you’re using synthetics.”
Organic baby clothing manufacturers claim their products are made with only the highest quality materials.
However the American Organic Consumer Association (AOCA) says organic products should always be used ethically.
“AOCAs claim is based on a complete disregard for the truth, the integrity and the health of our consumers,” said AOCA spokesperson Lauren Riehl.
“While it’s difficult to say what’s in an organic product, the AOCAs list of ingredients includes chemicals that are known carcinogens, neurotoxins, and other neurotoxic substances that can cause cancer.
In addition, the FDA recently confirmed that synthetic materials such as polyester, acrylic, nylon and polyester polyamide are known to cause cancer and other health problems.”
Organic Baby Supplies’ Cottoms says her family has been using organic baby supplies since they started selling organic baby diapers and baby clothing online in 2012.
She said her family started buying organic baby and toddler clothes because they were “cheap.”
“We’ve had a great customer base because of the cheap prices and it just worked out,” Cotts said.
“The products are always fresher than the ones that are made by a commercial company.”
Organic Babies & Toddlers, which sells organic baby equipment, said it is “not aware of any evidence to suggest organic baby has been associated with any health problems” when compared to synthetic materials or organic baby, synthetic cloths, and organic baby pants.
“When we say organic, we mean 100 percent organic, not just organic in a natural way,” said a spokesperson for the company, which has been certified by the organic certifying agency, the American College of Nutrition.
“But it does mean that the materials are sourced and processed in the U to minimize the environmental impact.”
However, some organic products are still labeled organic when they aren’t.
Cott & Associates, which was founded by Cott, said its products are “all natural” and that the company “doesn’t use synthetic materials to make its products.”
Cott says she believes her organic products aren’t as cheap as organic ones because “there are no additives or pesticides.”
“I really do believe that if you make a decision to buy organic baby or organic clothes, it’s because it is 100 percent natural, not because you want to sell it as organic as possible,” Cot said.
COTT & Associates is a small business that makes baby supplies and baby products.
However it is not the only one.
According to a recent report from Consumer Reports, the majority of organic baby brands that make baby items use synthetic fibers.
“There’s been a lot of research done over the years and the studies have consistently shown that synthetic fibers are less effective than natural fibers,” said Rachel L. Lomnick, director of marketing and research at Consumer Reports.
Lomington, Pennsylvania-based Lomingston Baby Products sells organic clothing, baby toys and baby supplies to BabyCenter, a non-profit organization that helps babies and families in need.
The organization was founded in 2010 by Laura M. Lompons.
Loms baby products come in many sizes and colors, but they all come in organic baby-friendly packaging, Loms said.
She also sells products at Amazon.
“In the past, we’ve been able to find suppliers who use organic baby materials.
And I’ve heard that organic is really the best option,” she said.
Consumer Reports reported that only 4 percent of organic clothing products used synthetic materials in 2016, and the rest of the