Hemp & Organic Cotton Tea Towel

NATURAL FIBERS. NATURAL COLOR.
"Beige, beige, beige, I love everything natural looking and beige, maybe I'm weird," said a friend who recently stopped into our HQ. We get it. There is something grounding about surrounding ourselves not just with natural products, but with natural colors. This sweet tea towel does both. Whether it's used as a napkin, a hand towel, a dish towel, or placed in a bread basket, you can rest assured that nothing toxic is touching your skin, your dishes, or your food. 

WHAT’S GOOD

  • 55% Hemp and 45% Organic Cotton
  • Hemp is manufactured with zero pesticides and 1/3 less water compared to other textiles
  • Made from 100% natural materials
  • Plastic-free
  • 100% biodegradable & compostable
  • Built-in hook for hanging
  • 26.5" X 19" big
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BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
Dimensions: 26.5" X 19"
Care: machine wash cold, with like colors. Line dry. Be kind to your Mum:) 

INGREDIENTS/MATERIALS
55% Hemp and 45% Organic Cotton

PACKAGING
None.

ABOUT THE COMPANY
Yesēco was founded by Jamie Phillips, a beach-loving advertising exec who wanted to be part of the solution rather than simply talking about it.

With a passion for nature and having grown up around the ocean, Jamie has traveled to some of the most beautiful parts of the world – Indonesia, Croatia, Morocco, New Zealand, Australia. After seeing masses of plastic littering these incredible coastlines, Jamie took it upon himself to try to come up with a creative solution to reduce the use of plastic in everyday products.

I wanted to make a difference. I wanted to be part of the solution rather than just talking about what was wrong with the world. I realised consumers aren’t the problem; it was the lack of alternatives in the market. I wanted to start solving small problems on a big scale, and the idea for the Yesēco Kitchen Essentials Kit came from my own frustrations of seeing my kitchen bench covered with unnecessary plastic items that would taint the environment forever”.

And so, Yesēco was born.