Standard and definition of Organic Wool and Textile Production

Certified organic fibers are produced without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. This applies to vegetable and animal fibers that are not GNM modified. Mechanical or temperature treatment is not harmful and therefore allowed. Substances that are included in the dyeing of the fiber must be approved by the certified agency which does not be harmful to the environment.


This quality stamp, well known in Europe stands for the strictest organic standard for textile production. BEST stands for Organic Textile Standard produced by the Association of Natural Textile Industry (IVN) from 1990 and includes the entire textile production chain, both organic and social responsibility.

IVN BEST Exceeds GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard)

Production with IVN certificate also has GOTS standard. Wool with IVN BEST standard comes from certified organic animal breeding also called KbT (Controlled Animal Treatment).
KbT stands for no mulesing of the sheep.


Allergy test of our allergy-free LanaCARE wool dunes

Our LanaCare wool blankets have been tested at the Laboratory of Medical Allergy – The Clinic of Allergy, Skin and Allergy Division at the University of Copenhagen University Hospital in Gentofte.

Download results here:
Dust Mite Analysis-2-Wool Diner-LanaCARE