CoCaLo debuts eco-friendly infant bedding

Costa Mesa, Calif. – Infant bedding and room décor manufacturer CoCaLo has launched CoCaLo Naturals brand. This eco-friendly brand is inspired by nature and created from 100% organically grown cotton with environmentally sensitive dyes.

CoCaLo Natural collections offer fashion and design using unique patterns and a mix of colors for the entire nursery. These collections are for the environmentally conscious, yet stylish parent.

The collections are made of fiber which has been certified that it is organically grown without the use of harmful chemicals.

CoCaLo uses environmentally friendly fiber-reactive dyes, which contain no heavy metals or known toxic substances. The process used at the print facility is in accordance with environmental standards for water purification and recycling.

The polyester filler is made from an extract of the same material used in drinking bottles. The polyester fiber contains no toxic substances and no elements that are harmful to babies.

CoCaLo Naturals has introduced Serene and Tranquil Nursery Collections that include: a four-piece crib bedding set with a soft knit blanket that is light and comfortable, two-piece decorative wall art, fitted crib sheet, window valance, lamp shade, and blanket.

“CoCaLo Naturals offers eco-friendly products with style because a natural baby can also be a stylish baby,” said Renee Pepys Lowe, president and CEO of CoCaLo Inc. “We are excited to prove a natural, yet trendy alternative to traditional baby products. CoCaLo Naturals positively impacts parents' world inside and outside of their home."

From Kids Today, an HTT sister publication.

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