Chagrin Falls, OH (PRWEB) March 13, 2015
Naturepedic, maker of independently certified organic mattresses, bedding, and accessories for adults, children and babies, is proud to announce it has garnered yet another award: the Cribsie Award in the Healthiest Crib Mattress category. The Cribsie Awards recognize top products and services for babies and toddlers.
Naturepedic’s commitment to healthier materials has earned it numerous awards and accolades. The company’s crib mattresses have more awards than all other brands combined. Awards and recognitions in 2014 included:
Baby & Children Product News
- 1st Place in Mattress Category
- 1st Place in Green Products Category
Baby Bargains Book
- “A” Rating, Best Pick, Top Pick & Green Pick in Mattress Category in Mattress Category
- Top Choice of Year Award in Baby & Toddler Mattress Category
- Eco-Friendly Product of Year Award in Baby & Toddler Eco-Friendly Products Category
Organic Trade Association
- Naturepedic founder Barry A. Cik wins Organic Trade Association’s “Rising Star” award
Las Vegas Market
- Global Goodness Award
An advocate for healthier materials, Naturepedic frequently participates with like-minded organizations in working toward change. Company founder Barry A. Cik recently was a featured speaker in a panel discussion on flame retardant alternatives at the Midwest Bioeconomy Safer Products Summit. In 2014, the company participated in a Twitter campaign with Just Label It supporting GMO labeling, and earlier that year Barry Cik testified before a congressional subcommittee on a need for changes to U.S. chemical laws.
Naturepedic provides certified organic mattresses and bedding products for the whole family. A leader in environmental stewardship, the company also supports sustainable practices in the U.S. and abroad. Naturepedic sources its organic cotton and organic latex according to strict environmental and labor standards, and it is one of the few mattress companies in the U.S. to be certified to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). Naturepedic actively supports the local Amish community, employing Amish craftspeople and donating returned products and unused raw materials for their further use.