Coyuchi Inc., the gold standard in sustainable luxury home goods, was featured in the latest episode of the Bell2Bell Podcast. InvestorBrandNetwork (“IBN”) announced that Coyuchi president and CEO Eileen Mockus was the featured guest during the interview. Mockus and Bell2Bell host Stuart Smith discussed the company’s recent milestones as it continues to accept investment through its ongoing Regulation A+ offering. Mockus noted that from the company’s beginning three decades ago, Coyuchi was working to bring organic cotton into the textile industry for home goods, establishing itself as a lifestyle brand for luxury, sustainable living. The company has released impact reports and is committed to make a difference by using organic cottons and working with vendors that recycle all their water. The Bell2Bell Podcast provides specialized content distribution via widespread syndication channels; each episode delivers informative updates and exclusive interviews with executives operating in fast-moving industries. “We have interesting projects where we’re investing in regenerative agriculture as the source for our cotton,” said Coyuchi president and CEO Eileen Mockus during the interview. “In 2022, we worked with a group called C4, the California Cotton & Climate Coalition, and grew some cotton on a farm in California. We had some great partners for that project — all looking for ways to increase biodiversity in the soil, add to the water retention for the soil and, generally speaking, protect the health of our soil with the way that we’re growing our cotton. We took the cotton from that project, and we’re launching two new Coyuchi products using that cotton.”
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About Coyuchi Inc.
Coyuchi offers sustainably produced luxury home textile products. Its principal business activity is the design, development, import and sale of coastal-inspired organic bedding, sheets, towels, apparel and other home goods for the environmentally conscious home. Rooted in Point Reyes, California, Coyuchi was founded in 1991 with the aim of creating organic cotton textiles free of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers used on conventional cotton farms. For 30 years, the company has explored organic farming and sustainable textiles, and it continues to push the organic textile market forward. Coyuchi strives for the highest sustainability and social responsibility standards through its circularity initiatives and recycled products and by supporting regenerative agriculture. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Coyuchi.com.
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