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"Organic fabrics need organic dyes"

- Suzanne DeVall - 

Our sustainable products are plant-based and free of harmful toxins. Our process is safe for the person making the garment, safer for the environment and safe for the person wearing the clothes.  Our company will save lives and help to restore the earth's environment. Many of the global textile brands have agreed to be compliant to sustainability by 2020. 

Our vision is to change the textile industry practices forever and thus having an immense impact in order to help reverse the damage to the earth and all of the life on the earth. Our patented technology will enable our company to establish a profitable and sustainable global business. Our revolutionary plant based technology creates cost effective world-class sustainable dyes and other commodities.  Our environmental initiative will verify the entire process from "Land to Label".  


Our patented technology utilizes all of the waste by-product of the tobacco plant (currently discarded, folded back into the soil or burned) converts it into all-natural nicotine free dye and fiber. This unique process changes the dying process from chemical and water laden to a one or two step chemical free process. This breakthrough will represent anywhere from 40% to 60% savings on labor, water, time and product cost throughout the production cycle. This is the world's first environmentally sound process that is more cost effective than the traditional chemical process.


  • Our technology is patented

  • We can ramp up from 5,000 to 10,000 kg of dye a week

  • Our environmental initiative certifies sustainable practices from "Land to Label"

  • Our process saves time and an significant amount of water use & water pollution

  • Our organic tobacco growers are based in the USA

  • Our comprehensive research is certificated from various research institutes worldwide

  • Our innovative dye toxic-free technology only requires one-step and two-step processes. The dye house industry uses toxic dyes with a four step process which takes more time and requires an enormous amounts of water creating large amount of toxic waste water.

Suzanne DeVall
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