One interesting bit of information the article obtained from the certifiers website is that Latex International, a prominent supplier to many retailers, is the only North American manufacturer to meet the 100 standard for latex mattresses. The article also considers organic certifications, reminding readers to always check what is being certified organic and who is certifying the product. The recently published Global Organic Latex Standard is the only measure for organic latex, but the end product (mattresses) are not currently recognized for USDA certification, contrary to some marketing claims. For fabrics like cotton and wool, Best Mattress Brand identities a few trusted seals including USDA, Oregon Tilth and the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). To answer the question of who sells certified natural latex mattresses, the blog reconsiders their previous comparison of latex brands in chart form. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.virtual-strategy.com/2013/05/14/guide-certified-natural-latex-mattresses-produced-best-mattress-brand
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