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Can I buy 100% USA Cotton Clothes?

Many Americans have asked the question can, I buy 100% USA cotton clothes? The answer is yes. What the American consumer has to be careful about is that American cotton can be labeled as organic, but not all organic cotton is grown in America.

There are numerous outlets for the purchase of clothing apparel made of 100% US grown cotton. This industry is providing the homeland with high quality products made by Americans for Americans. By purchasing these products made in America, more Americans have an income that they can spend which in America which is improving the economy. The clothes produced in America are also known for lasting a longer time making them the economical preferred choice over cheaper foreign imports that wear out faster and need to be constantly replaced or repaired.

The American cotton industry is the 4th largest agricultural product in the nation in terms of revenue. It is also the 5th largest in terms of farmland used. The total impact of the US cotton industry on the American economy is over $100 billion annually and growing. This growth is in part contributed to Americans purchasing more clothing apparel made from US grown cotton products.

To help the American consumer in identifying clothing items made of US cotton and made in America requires some knowledge of the legal process. The Made in America label can only be used on items made with American raw materials and manufactured in America. If imported material is used in the construction of a product, including clothes, then the label must identify the country of origin for the raw materials. It can then say finished in America. The exception to this requirement is use of zippers or buttons made abroad in the finished goods do not have to be disclosed by US law.

There are some textile companies in America that do import foreign grown cotton products. By law they cannot legally label those items as Made in America. The US customs agency allows foreign grow cotton into America but on the invoice the county of origin must be clearly stated. It is the responsibility of the garment manufacture to place the correct label on the clothing item once it is finished.

There are some manufactures that use the implied impression that their products are of American origin. One of the most common is made of American quality or true American quality. Neither of these statements has any bearing on the material that is used in the product.

For your cotton cloths to be all American cotton that is then processed and made into the items you want to purchase, then they can only have the Made In America label. All others are not equal and contain foreign elements. It really is that simple.

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USDA ERS – Cotton Sector at a Glance

The United States plays a vital role in the global cotton market, acting as a key producer and exporter of the fiber. In marketing year (MY) 2019—August 2019-July 2020—the United States produced nearly 20 million bales of cotton, representing about $7 billion in total (lint plus seed) value. Furthermore, the United States is the world’s leading cotton exporter, providing approximately 35 percent of global cotton exports in recent years. Through its participation in global trade, the United States supports global textile industries and provides opportunities for domestic farmers to market their cotton to the world.

Cotton is a versatile commodity used in many products, particularly clothing. One bale of cotton—approximately 480 pounds of cleaned cotton lint—can make more than 200 pairs of jeans or 1,200 t-shirts. In the United States and around the world, there are two main species of cotton cultivated for commercial use: upland cotton and Pima (extra-long staple) cotton. Upland cotton comprises the vast majority of production. The primary difference between species is fiber length, with other small differences in growing conditions and end uses.

Table 1: Upland v. Pima Cotton Characteristics
Cotton species Fiber length Percentage of U.S. production End uses Growing conditions
Upland (Gossypium hirsutum) 1″ to 1 1/4″                      97% Apparel, home use (curtains, upholstery, etc.), hospital/medical use Warm/hot conditions, dry falls, later planting
Pima (Gossypium barbadense) 1 3/8″ or longer        3% Expensive/high end apparel, sewing thread Hot, dry conditions, earlier planting

Domestic Production

U. S. cotton is grown predominantly in 17 southern-tiered “Cotton Belt” States—from Virginia to California. Cotton is planted from March to June and harvested from August to December. Among the U.S. States, Texas is the largest producer, contributing approximately 40 percent of U.S. cotton production in recent years. Other top cotton producers include Georgia, Mississippi, and Arkansas. Within Texas, most production is concentrated in the High Plains region, as cotton is particularly suited for that area’s climate.

Figure 1: Cotton (harvested acres), 2017

 

Figure 2: Leading U.S. cotton producing States, 2018-2020

U.S. cotton is mechanically harvested using specialized equipment. Seed cotton—fluffy white fiber that includes seeds—is harvested from the field and pressed into round bales or large modules for transport to a gin. During the ginning process, cotton fibers are separated from the seeds, cleaned of foreign material, and pressed into bales of lint. In the United States, a small sample of cotton lint is collected and sent to a USDA classing office where it is graded, thereby providing the quality characteristics on which the cotton is marketed. After ginning, the cotton bales are ready for shipment—usually to a storage warehouse where bales are consolidated before being sent to a mill for further processing into textile and apparel products.

Policy

Within the United States, the USDA regulates cotton quality and grading. Industry organizations, such as the National Cotton Council, advocate for cotton growers and other cotton industry participants. Government legislation is also a key element for cotton growers in the United States. With the passage of the 2018 Bipartisan Budget Act, for example, seed cotton (unginned cotton) became a covered commodity under the Price Loss Coverage (PLC) and Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) programs. These programs continued with the passage of the 2018 Farm Act, the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (see Farm Policy for detailed information). Traditional crop insurance and risk-management programs also help protect farmers from catastrophic and weather-related losses.

Global Supply and Use

Globally, cotton production and consumption can vary considerably, but the long-term upward trend remains. Major factors driving the growth of cotton supply and demand include biotechnology innovations, increasing farm mechanization, population growth, and economic growth. However, the growth is punctuated by periods of sharp decline as seen in recent years. In MY 2015, world production decreased in response to declining Chinese import demand and large global stocks, which lowered cotton prices and incentives to plant cotton. Additionally, in MY 2019, world cotton mill use experienced its largest annual decline as a result of the global economic slowdown.

      Figure 3: Global cotton production and mill use, 2004-20

The top two cotton producers, India and China, contribute approximately 45-50 percent of the world’s production, while the top four producers comprise 70-75 percent of global cotton production. Currently, India is the world’s leading producer of cotton, surpassing China recently. Although yields in India are well below the global average, cotton area in India dwarfs that of any other country, accounting for approximately 40 percent of the world total. The United States is the third-largest producer of cotton globally. Since MY 2015, seed genetic improvements and favorable cotton prices compared with other field crops provided a modest rebound in the U.S. crop. Brazil—the fourth-largest cotton producer—experienced a record crop in MY 2019—as cotton there is now produced mainly as a second crop.

                 Figure 4: Leading global cotton producers, 2010-20

As with production, China and India are the top two users of raw cotton. However, China is by far the world’s leader in processing raw cotton fiber into textiles and apparel. While shifts in Government policy and industry have kept consumption below its peak in the mid-2000s, China still accounts for one-third of global cotton mill use.

India’s cotton consumption is second globally, accounting for about 20 percent of the total, while Pakistan contributes another 9 percent; however, both countries’ share remains relatively stable. In contrast, upward trends in cotton consumption have occurred in Bangladesh and Vietnam, where companies are shifting their manufacturing to countries with relatively cheap labor, thereby increasing their demand for and consumption of raw cotton fiber. Turkey’s cotton mill use has also grown modestly.

         Figure 5: Leading cotton mill users, 2010-20

Global Trade

Cotton is a global commodity, with robust trading in raw and finished products. Much of the world’s cotton crosses international borders before finally arriving at its end-use destination, and factors that affect trade and marketing of cotton have far-reaching impacts.

Since China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001, textile manufacturing has been a core component of its economic development. Beginning in MY 2010, the Chinese government built strategic stockpiles of cotton to protect its textile industry. This, among other policies, generated a massive demand for foreign cotton, and China became the world’s dominant cotton importer. However, China began to phase out these measures in MY 2014 and sell off its stockpile, bringing import levels in line with other countries. In addition to China, the top importers include Bangladesh and Vietnam, where cotton textile and apparel manufacturing has expanded.

        Figure 6: Leading global cotton importers, 2010-20

The United States is the leader in global exports, supplying more than 35 percent of the world’s raw cotton export market. In MY 2016, U.S. export levels increased significantly. This change was generated by a high-quality crop, coupled with production decreases from other producers, primarily India and Brazil. U.S. export levels have remained strong since then. However, Brazil—with its recent production increases—has become the second largest exporter to the world, surpassing India in MY 2018. In fact, the United States and Brazil together now account for more cotton exports than the rest of the world combined.

        Figure 7: Leading global cotton exporters, 2010-20

The United States is also a key player in the global trade of cotton goods. While the United States exports much of its raw cotton fiber, it imports the bulk of its textile and apparel products, with China, India, and Bangladesh accounting for over 50 percent of U.S. cotton product imports. Although of a much smaller quantity, U.S. cotton product exports—mainly yarn and fabric—also play a role in global trade. Over 70 percent of these exports go to Honduras, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico for further processing before many of the finished products return to the United States.

World Stocks to Use and Prices

A measure often used to demonstrate the balance between cotton supply and demand is stocks-to-use, the ratio of cotton stocks available to how much is used. Higher stocks-to-use ratios generally indicate lower prices, and vice versa. Cotton prices themselves are often measured by the Cotlook A Index, which is an average of the five cheapest cotton price quotations available for trade around the world. 

In MY 2010, cotton prices rose significantly as a result of a combination of factors that drove stocks to unexpectedly low levels and also limited global production increases that year. Both supply and demand responded to the higher prices and the stocks-to-use increased considerably for several years. Beginning with MY 2015, global stocks-to-use decreased as China slowly sold off or used its excessive stocks, and prices increased. However, stocks-to-use jumped to a record in MY 2019, as a large global cotton crop was produced at a time when the global economic slowdown reduced world cotton demand to a 16-year low.

         Figure 8: Global cotton stocks-to-use and price, 2010-20

The price of cotton is also determined by other factors. Cotton prices are impacted by the price of other field crops that compete with cotton for area; producers will plant cotton instead of other field crops if it provides a relatively higher return, and vice versa. Common crop alternatives include corn, soybeans, and wheat, though regional crops—such as peanuts—can also be substituted for cotton. The cost of fiber substitutes (particularly polyester and other synthetics) also impacts the price of cotton. If cotton prices rise too high, manufacturers can substitute synthetics for cotton. Given the number and variety of alternatives, cotton producers face stiff price competition and continually operate in a competitive environment.    

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90,000 Texas is the leader in US cotton production


07/18/2018 • Publisher: Marketpublishers

In 2017, Texas took the lead in US cotton production again, ahead of Georgia and the Mississippi. Most of the country’s cotton is grown in the southern states, the so-called “cotton belt”. In the global market, the United States is the third largest cotton producer after China and India.Most states produce Upland cotton; however, Arizona and California produce the Piman type, which is thinner and more expensive. Technical improvements in production affect the quality of the finished product and increase the demand for cotton. In addition, US government policy helps maintain the competitiveness of the industry.

The USA is the fifth largest consumer of cotton in the world, behind only Turkey, Pakistan, India and China. The US cotton industry is estimated at $ 25 billion.dollars, in addition, it creates at least 250,000 new jobs annually. The main problem for the market in recent years has been the decline in cotton production, as farmers increasingly choose to grow more profitable crops such as corn.

Structure of cotton production in the United States by state, 2017

Top 3 US cotton producing states:

1. Texas

90,024 9,0002 In 2017, Texas produced 8,830,000 bales of cotton, accounting for 48% of total US output.Its cultivation area in the state is 9,000 square miles, and most of the farmers apply the latest technology and innovation, both on the farm and in the manufacturing plants. New advances in biotechnology are allowing Texas cotton farmers to use fewer chemicals, which improves plant health. Texas is the largest player in the global cotton market, and Texas cotton is already a globally recognized brand.

2. Georgia

    Georgia produces about 18% of the cotton in the United States, which also makes it the largest producer.High rainfall and high temperatures contribute to the long growing season of the crop, resulting in high cotton yields in the state. Since 1965, the state has been operating the Georgia Cotton Commission, which invests in industry research, education and the advancement of farmers. This commission also promotes the interests of local cotton producers in every possible way, so that they can rely on profits even with fluctuations in product prices.

    3. Mississippi

      Approximately 1.1 million acres of land in Mississippi are owned by cotton farms. In 2017, the state harvested 1.220 thousand bales of cotton, making it the third largest producer in the country. A few years ago, cotton production in the state fell to a record low, but since then, farmers have been able to change the situation by eliminating pests, introducing the best transgenic varieties and reducing the tillage program.

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      90,000 Record cotton harvest in the USA – Newspaper Kommersant № 191 (659) from 08. 10.1994

      & nbsp Record US cotton harvest

      News from the fields: not fiction, but sad reality
      By the middle of the week, when the cotton harvest on plantations in the United States reached its peak, experts and analysts began to admit, not without displeasure, that, at first glance, fantastic forecasts of the specialists of the US Department of Agriculture, predicting a record harvest of this crop, are clearly coming true.According to the FINANCIAL TIMES newspaper, the current cotton harvest in the United States will be a record for the past 60 years. Therefore, a sharp drop in world cotton prices seems inevitable.

      At the start of the Mississippi Delta cotton harvest, traders and cotton market experts reacted to the USDA’s forecast of a record harvest – about 19 million bales of 480 pounds each versus last year’s 16.15 million bales – with barely disguised skepticism.However, the latest data from the US cotton plantations show that ministerial experts were not mistaken, and the world’s cotton is threatened with an unprecedented harvest. And in some cases, the final figures may turn out to be even higher than predicted. “Farmers hoping to get 775 pounds per acre are actually harvesting at least 800 pounds. We hear the same from farmers in Louisiana and Arkansas. This only means that only in the Mid South this year’s harvest will be higher than previously estimated “Will McCarthy, a cotton specialist at the University of Mississippi, explained in an interview with the FT.Yesterday the private analytical company Sparks Companies published its forecast based on the first data “from the fields”. Experts at Sparks have estimated that the US cotton crop this year will reach 19.135 million bales.
      According to American analysts, the bumper crop was triggered by the rise in cotton prices in the spring, during the sowing season. Then prices reached 86 cents per pound, which prompted producers to significantly expand the area under cotton. Then, early reports of an impending harvest knocked down prices, currently hovering between 65 and 75 cents a pound (yesterday’s December cotton contracts at the New York Cotton Exchange went at 66. 5 cents).According to experts, now that forecasts have begun to come true, prices have come under a powerful pressure, which in the context of the planned global growth in production (it is assumed that the amount of cotton on the world market this year will increase by 10 million bales and reach 86 million bales) will inevitably provoke a sharp falling prices. An additional reason for it may be a noticeable lag in the growth rate of demand for goods from the growth rate of supply.

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      Pour gasoline over and ignite. In the tongues of scarlet flame, the recognizable logo of the American sports brand is clearly visible. This example, although radical, reflects well the mood of the Chinese consumer – “you refuse to buy our cotton, we refuse to buy and wear your clothes.”

      “Spreading rumors to boycott Xinjiang cotton, but want to make money in China? Dreaming!” Reads a tweet from the Chinese Communist Youth Union.

      The statements of American Nike and Swedish H&M about their refusal to buy Xinjiang cotton from China were received with hostility. The largest online stores and online platforms cleanly remove their products from their sites, the public gets rid of previously purchased goods en masse, brand ambassadors publicly break contracts with them, local television gives its own interpretation of the translation of the Swedish brand – H is a lie, M is falsification.

      “In my opinion, H&M, as a well-known enterprise that has managed to solidly strengthen its position in the Chinese market over so many years, has a large number of business partners both in Xinjiang and in other regions of China. Therefore, they could easily show trustworthy prudence and verify the information. But they have an ulterior motive – to denigrate China on the basis of this false and so-called evidence, “said director of the Institute of International Economics, University of International Business and Economics San Baichuan.

      The cotton issue has become especially acute after the next package of sanctions adopted by the European Union, Great Britain and the United States against China. The collective west accused the PRC of repressive policies, human rights violations and forced slave labor of Muslims and Uighurs in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

      “This is a picture of slaves who were forced to labor in the cotton fields in the United States in the old days. But this picture I found on the Internet and asked my colleague to print it.Mechanized harvesting has reached over 40 percent of the cotton fields in Xinjiang. There is no so-called “forced labor” in this region at all, which means that these accusations are groundless, “says Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying.

      Local cotton is considered one of the best on the market, but for brands to lose quality is not as bad as losing reputation. Those large brands that continue to buy Xinjiang raw materials in the West are ostracized, becoming the object of public persecution by public organizations, which already require local consumers to boycott their products.

      “The so-called” forced labor “in the Chinese Xinjiang region is a complete fiction! No forces will be able to tarnish and denigrate the impeccable Xinjiang cotton. We oppose any interference in the affairs of Xinjiang and other internal affairs of China by any external forces,” the press said -Secretary of the Ministry of Commerce Gao Feng.

      The front of the trade war has smoothly moved from the electronics market to the clothing and footwear market. The country tops the list of cotton producing countries, accounting for 23 percent of the world’s total.Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region accounts for about 15 percent of this number, making it China’s largest resource base.

      “This confrontation also hits the Chinese cotton producers, and exerts very powerful pressure on the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Indeed, for Xinjiang, after oil production, this is the second most important source of income. The West practically declares war on China with such sanctions for refusing cotton. And of course it will be very painful for China, “- says Nikolai Vavilov, an orientalist-Sinologist, expert of the Russian Export Center.

      But no less painful for the brands themselves. For Nike and H&M, the Chinese market is the third largest, with over 7,000 stores and billions of dollars in sales. Back in the day, Dolce & Gabbana’s failed ads and the incorrect inscription on Versace T-shirts aroused the ire of Chinese consumers. As a result of a massive boycott by celebrities and society, the losses of fashion houses amounted to millions. The brands had to apologize for a long time and publicly in order to return the “gold” buyers.

      “The Chinese market is the most capacious, including for luxury goods, no other market compensates for the departure from the Chinese market, therefore, in my opinion, these companies can perfectly sew products, but they do not understand that China is acting tough,” says Orientalist, Acting Director of the Institute for Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexei Maslov.

      Losing this colossal market is not yet included in the plans of brands, the Chinese office of the Swedish brand has already issued a statement that, as always, it treats the Chinese consumer with incredible respect, but the press release will hardly help to sit on two chairs.

      90,000 COTTON USA announces the proclamation of the United Nations on October 7th as “World Cotton Day” – Press Releases

      NEW YORK, October 4th. / PRNewswire / The United Nations has announced its decision to declare October 7 World Cotton Day. First held in 2019 at the World Trade Organization (WTO) headquarters in Geneva, the celebration of World Cotton Day is growing in scale every year.

      On World Cotton Day, companies from all over the world come together to share the many benefits of cotton, listed below.

      • Cotton is grown in over 70 countries and generates income for hundreds of millions of people every year.
      • One ton of cotton provides year-round employment for about five to six people (often in some of the poorest places on earth).
      • Cotton is the only crop that provides both food and fiber.
      • Cotton has a negative carbon footprint and degrades 95% faster than polyesters in wastewater, keeping water and soil clean.

      In 2021, the exhibition will be held under the slogan “Cotton for Good” to celebrate the positive impact of cotton on the environment. The virtual celebration will be attended by notable personalities such as Life is Good CEO and co-founder Bert Jacobs and New Standard Institute director Maxine Bedat. Other international industry experts include the Cotton Council International, Viterra India, the International Cotton Advisory Committee, the Better Cotton Initiative and the African Cotton Foundation.The main topics are: responsible fashion, sustainable development and the importance of cotton in all countries of the world.

      Against the backdrop of the cotton industry’s commitment to sustainable development, participants will be introduced to U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol, which is in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals of achieving measurable goals and indicators for sustainable cotton production.

      For more information on World Cotton Day activities, visit www.worldcottonday.com. Follow #WorldCottonDay on social media and join the global discussion.

      CONTACT: Marjory Walker, Vice President of Operations, National Cotton Council, [email protected] org; Mike McCue, Director of Communications, International Cotton Advisory Committee, [email protected]; James Pruden, Senior Director of Corporate Communications, Cotton Incorporated, [email protected]

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      The total width of the fabric is 110cm, which means that by adding 2 cuts to the basket, you will get a 110x45cm piece of fabric, adding 4 cuts – a piece of fabric approximately 110x92cm (one yard). The price is for 1 piece of fabric measuring 55x45cm.

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      Caring for cotton dyed fabrics is simple: wash at 30 °, iron on medium / high temperature with or without steam. Severe wrinkles and folds are easily ironed by first spraying the fabric with water, in which case it is advisable to iron the fabric through a clean piece of fabric (iron).

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      Cotton futures in the United States fell sharply in four months

      This news was generated by our new employee – the robot Electron. He is just learning to work with text, this process is not fast, and it is not immediately given to our colleague. But he tries and constantly makes progress.Don’t judge him harshly. He works for the future. We are constantly improving the quality of his work as far as possible, so that in the future a real professional in his field will work in our editorial office.

      – Cotton’s future, which starts within four months, will be the biggest decline due to pressures from improved supply prospects and signs that China’s appetite for supplies from the US supreme driver has slowed.

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      Even as China’s export trade surged in the week leading up to October 22nd.14, it was below its recent peak in September, and purchases of US goods remained below the recent weekly peak. On the commodity side, there are concerns that rising inflation could curb economic growth and cold-blooded demand.

      Chinese purchases were not what many expected after rumors of larger purchases, said Peter Ellie, director of Chicago-based Plexus Cotton Foild. In addition, crop pressures are mounting as crops begin to move away from key producers due to earlier delays, he said.

      As a top farmer in the United States, Texas will have favorable weather for the next two weeks to speed up the harvest and harvest next month, ”said Drew Lerner, president of World Seater Inc. Conditions in India, the largest oil producer in the world, have also improved, he said, as have the status of Chinese crops, especially in its main producer Xinjiang, after there was too much nitrogen at the start of this season, which raised issues of quality and profitability.

      Cotton for December shipments fell 4.110-0.623 pounds per pound at 161.43 pm in New York. The price is up 36% this year, projected to be two deficits globally through July 2022.

      Meanwhile, the market is still struggling with a net effect on China’s overall import strategy, following an international backlash against Xinjiang cotton, which accounts for over 162 of total production.

      While the country faces pressure to diversify its reserves to meet international demands, it has dismissed claims of abuse at work, and it is not clear if Washington can stop the Asian giant from using its garment stocks to make garments, given that the origin of the fibers used is very difficult to trace, said Louis Rose of the Pink Trade Group in Tennessee.

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