Organic Clothing! Good For Baby And Good For The EarthPRODUCTS, REVIEWS | Nirasha Jaganath | May 20, 2009 at 9:48 pm
A pakora, a fried snack made of spinach or onion or potato dipped in gram flour, is an integral part of Indian cuisine. My Little Pakora is not a special meal but an organic clothing company done tastefully. Started by mom, Sonia Gupta, the clothing line includes onesies, t-shirts, pants, blankets, bibs and hats with prints of yoga, buddha, animals and birds.
What does it mean to be organic?
The word “organic” is a promise that a food or product has been grown with the purest and most natural ingredients. Organic cotton clothing is woven from cotton grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or other toxic chemicals. The cotton is grown using farming techniques that are designed to sustain the soil, the workers, and the eco-system at large. This line of organic clothing offers an added twist with the little affectionate (animal) names sometimes bestowed upon children, but in Hindi.
The web site is a good source for contemporary topics such as BPA, organic food, and yoga. This re-enforces the belief that organic is not just clothing but a way of life. By combining the cultures of east and west with the latest information about organic living, it provides’ unique ideas, education, and practical support to live green. My Little Pakora certainly offers a unique slant to organic clothing, and one that I am sure you would love.
Stay tuned in as Mommy Niri will be offering her readers to get a sample of My Little Pakora. Can’t wait? Then hop offer to My Little Pakora and get your little one something, and feel good knowing that your purchase goes toward a greener living!