Pacific Coast Feather offers Rejuve, other eco-goods

Seattle – Basic bedding manufacturer Pacific Coast Feather Company (PCFC) has received a good response to the debut of its trademarked Rejuve Reclaimed Eco-Fiber.

PCFC presented a 12-product line at the New York Home Fashions Market, including pillows, comforters and mattress pads. The blown version of Rejuve debuted in a down-alternative pillow, while the garnet fiber showed in pillows, comforters and mattress pads. Both versions, noted the company, “hold up particularly well to machine washing” and using the recycled materials keeps them “very affordable.”          

“We’re excited to expand our offering in the eco-friendly product category,” said Fritz Kruger, svp of marketing. “And proud to be a part of the growing movement to find creative ways to reduce unnecessary waste. For every pillow we make with our Reclaimed Eco-Fiber, we’re able to keep 27 bottles from going into a landfill.”

The fiber is made from 100% clear post-consumer recycled 2-liter soda bottles, the company said.   

In addition to its Rejuve line Pacific Coast, founded 125 years ago, also offers products filled with Ingeo blown, cluster and garnet fibers; Ingeo is a sustainable biopolymer fiber fill derived from annually renewable raw materials.

Home & Textiles Today Staff | News & Commentary

 Home Textiles Today is the market-leading brand covering the home and textiles markets, offering a comprehensive package of print and online products. Home & Textiles Today provides industry news, product trends and introductions, exclusive industry research, consumer data, store operations solutions, trade show news and much more.

Featured Video

  • Live From New York: Fashion Comes Across the Pond

    Camera Icon More Videos

Subscribe to
Home & Textiles Today eDaily
Receive the news you need to know about the trends in the industry delivered right to your inbox.


HTT Cover October 2017

See the October 2017 issue of Home & Textiles Today. In this issue, we look at the Top 25 Online Retailers.  H&TT's exclusive annual ranking of the biggest online sellers of home textiles finds that while pure play etailers continue to fly, bricks & clicks are digging into omnichannel. See details!