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Product Dimensions (in inches)
|FITTED SHEET||FLAT SHEET||PILLOW CASE|
|TWIN||39 x 75 + 17||66 x 96||20 x 30|
|FULL||54 x 75 + 17||81 x 96||20 x 30|
|QUEEN||60 x 80 + 17||90 x 102||20 x 30|
|KING||78 x 80 + 17||108 x 102||20 x 40|
|CAL KING||72 x 84 + 17||108 x 105||20 x 40|
Surprise: Your Sheets Aren’t as Sustainable as You Think!
Sustainability: it’s so much more than just environmentally friendly materials. Sustainability is a mindset, and one most large corporations haven’t fully adopted yet. Because in order to be truly sustainable, a brand must…
A) Be affordable enough to where the masses can adopt it – or else it’s a luxury and sustainability requires all humans on this planet to partake in it to move the needle.
B) Offer high-quality products that don’t end up getting thrown away every 2-3 years, filling landfills. If the product is “green” but falls apart after a handful of uses, it does more harm than good.
High prices and low quality are a horrible combination for throwaway culture. Meanwhile at Cornucopia, everything is geared up to give you a clean, green experience. At our core, we believe people and planet come first. Sustainability shouldn’t come at a price – because then it’s not sustainable!
Sustainable processes start with growing and harvesting. The Supima cotton we use for our sateen sheets is grown in the U.S. by small family farmers and has superior fibers 1.5” long (compared with the other varieties where the fibers are just 1”).
As for other sheets – well, not all natural fibers are organic. Nor are they necessarily harvested or processed using sustainable methods. For example: while bamboo is fast-growing and typically sustainable, it’s often processed using questionable methods and products like carbon disulphide. Other things you need to question? Do the dyes contain toxic chemicals that are dangerous to you, the factory workers, and nearby ecosystems? Do the factories follow unethical workplace practices? These all fall under the sustainability umbrella.
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