Where is organic cotton grown?

Organic cotton is grown in various regions around the world, with a significant portion of production concentrated in specific countries.

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The cultivation of organic cotton takes place in regions that have favorable climates for cotton growth and where farmers have embraced organic farming practices. Here are some of the major countries where organic cotton is grown:

Countries that produce organic cotton

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Where is organic cotton grown?


India is one of the largest producers of organic cotton in the world. The country has a long history of cotton cultivation and has seen significant growth in organic cotton production in recent years.

Our organic cotton used for all our clothing is grown in the north of India, where monsoons fill reservoirs that supply the water needed, without irrigation.

Citation: Textile Exchange. (2021). Organic Cotton Market Report.


Turkey is another major producer of organic cotton. The country has been actively promoting organic agriculture and sustainable farming practices.

Citation: Erenstein, O. (2006). Crop residue mulching in tropical and semi-tropical countries: An evaluation of residue availability and other technological implications. Soil Use and Management, 22(3), 229-239.


China is a significant player in the organic cotton market and has been steadily increasing its production of organic cotton in recent years.

Citation: Xin, Z., & Chen, X. (2012). Chinese cotton exports and its impact on the global cotton market. China Agricultural Economic Review, 4(4), 467-482.

United States

The United States is also a notable producer of organic cotton, with several states involved in its cultivation.

Citation: US Department of Agriculture. (2021). Organic Cotton Production and Marketing Profile.

West Africa

Countries in West Africa, such as Burkina Faso and Mali, have been increasingly adopting organic cotton farming methods.

Citation: Sanders, J. H., & Langyintuo, A. S. (2010). Cotton research in West and Central Africa: The legacy of the NARS–Cotton Research Network Project. Food Policy, 35(3), 191-198.


Peru is a growing player in the organic cotton market, with increasing interest from farmers and textile manufacturers.

Citation: Textile Exchange. (2021). Organic Cotton Market Report.


These countries listed above have been actively promoting organic cotton production as part of their commitment to sustainable agriculture and eco-friendly practices. Organic cotton farming emphasizes ecological balance, reduced environmental impact, and improved livelihoods for farmers.

By supporting organic cotton, consumers can contribute to a more sustainable and responsible textile industry while promoting better working conditions for farmers and preserving the health of our planet.