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Chef's Apron - Organic Cotton with Embroidered Bee Emblem

$34.99
Get cooking with our eco-friendly aprons that are made from organic cotton and adorn our eco conscious Green Bee! Durable and provide great coverage with a large front pocket that has two compartments to keep your cooking tools and essentials organized. The super convenient adjustable strap makes it easy to change from a Bib to a Waist Apron style for the right amount of coverage and comfort.
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Description

Whether you’re crafting a simple lunch, a fancy dinner, or repotting a plant our apron will protect you from food spills, heat, and dirt. Order your go to 100% organic cotton apron and rock your kitchen and the planet in an eco conscious style!

  • 100% organic cotton
  • Fabric weight: 7.08 oz/yd² (240 g/m²) 
  • Adjustable straps for Bib or Apron Style
  • Large front pocket in the front with 2 compartments

SO, WHY CHOOSE ORGANIC COTTON?

Certified organic cotton is grown without the use of GMOs and toxic chemicals. Conventional cotton on the other hand uses about 16% of the world's insecticides, and 7% of the world's total pesticides. Growing organic cotton utilizes crop rotation to maintain soil health, and relies heavily on rain water - instead of irrigation. Consequently, organic cotton uses 88% less water, and 62% less energy, to produce than conventional cotton.

Features

Size guide

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One size (inches)35 ⅜29 ½37 ¾

Care & Use

  • 100% organic cotton
  • Fabric weight: 7.08 oz/yd² (240 g/m²)
  • Machine Wash Cold with Like Colors
  • Do Not Dry Clean
  • Only Use Non-Chlorine Bleach When Needed
  • Tumble Dry Low

SO, WHY CHOOSE ORGANIC COTTON?

Certified organic cotton is grown without the use of GMOs and toxic chemicals. Conventional cotton on the other hand uses about 16% of the world's insecticides, and 7% of the world's total pesticides. Growing organic cotton utilizes crop rotation to maintain soil health, and relies heavily on rain water - instead of irrigation. Consequently, organic cotton uses 88% less water, and 62% less energy, to produce than conventional cotton.