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STANDARD 100
globally standardised test criteria
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Worldwide valid certificates and labels

Our standards

OEKO-TEX® standards enable everyone to make responsible decisions and protect natural resources. Driven by sustainability and a dedication to transparency, our work is grounded in proven science. Explore our portfolio here or apply for your chosen certification or service. 

The MADE IN GREEN label identifies textiles and leather goods tested for harmful substances and which have been manufactured under sustainable and socially responsible conditions.

All types of textiles that have been tested for harmful substances, from yarns to the finished product, may bear the STANDARD 100 product label.

The ORGANIC COTTON certification offers verification from farm to product. Products bearing this label have been tested for the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and harmful substances.  

The LEATHER STANDARD label is tailored to leather articles which have been tested for harmful substances. Certification can be awarded for leather semi-finished products, finished leather, leather fibre materials up to finished articles and accessories.

STeP certifies production facilities which manufacture textile and leather articles under sustainable production conditions.

The ECO PASSPORT identifies chemicals, colourants and auxiliaries used in the textile and leather industry which are not harmful to health and which are environmentally friendly.

RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS supports you on preventing or mitigating existing and potential negative impacts of business operations within your own activities, your supply chains and your wider business relationships. 

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STeP by OEKO-TEX® allows us to be transparent to our customers. We can guarantee sustainable production in all fields, 360-degrees. This is due to careful and conscious control of all business processes, the chemicals used and safe and responsible management of all our employees. This is how we achieve a quality and sustainable product.
Filippo Ronchi

Founded in 1983, Hanna Andersson is committed to producing safe, durable, and sustainable clothing to outfit the adventure of childhood. Partnering in 2003 with STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®, the world’s leading product label for the measure of harmful substances in textiles, we can guarantee our clothing for infants and children is safe from harmful, allergenic chemicals and additives—and that our brand is promoting a safer and more sustainable future for our families and our industry.
Jen Reed , SVP Global Sourcing / Chief Sustainability Officer

Hanna Andersson
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Partnerships & Stakeholder Engagement

OEKO-TEX® offices

Wherever you are in the world: the OEKO-TEX® partner institutes and their contact offices are established at the international level. Take advantage of having a local contact.

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