Silk yarn is a natural fiber that is obtained through an environmentally friendly process. The analyzes on the Carbon footprint define it as the only fiber in the world that generates more oxygen than it consumes, throughout its entire production process. This is proven by a negative GWP (Global Warming Potential) value, demonstrating that its production does not contribute to the increase in global warming.
Mulberry plants are functional to the life cycle of silkworms, they are specially grown, contributing to the reduction of carbon dioxide in the environment and therefore the greenhouse effect, protecting biodiversity, combating soil erosion and deforestation.
Furthermore, mulberry cultivation does not involve the use of pesticides and represents an economy that supports rural communities.

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