About us
bioRe India situated in the heart of central India ( state of Madhya Pradesh) and is the starting point of a unique international network-bioRe, for the production and distribution of quality textiles fulfilling the strictest ecological and social requirements. We work together with the farming community at the grass root level to achieving good yields and sustainability in the organic agricultural practices, procuring the certified organic cotton from the individual farmers by paying them fare prices and ginning it and eventually converting the same into cotton yarns to used either for the bioRe garments or sold as cotton yarns worldwide.

The onus of assuring the quality of the product rests with us as we are responsible for the product right from the supply of the seeds to getting the crop certified.

bioRe is certified according to the following standards :

  • NPOP – National Programme for Organic Production – Indian standard which have equivalence to the European standards of organic production.
  • NOP: National Organic Program as per USA standards.
  • SA-8000 – bioRe's ginning unit is amongst the first in the world and the first ginning factory in India to be SA 8000 certified .
  • GOTS – Global Organic Textile Standards. All yarn sold is certified as per this standards. All spinning mills that spin bioRe organic cotton yarn must necessarily be GOTS certified.

    Our vision is to develop as a leading organization for providing the best consultancy and service of organic agriculture to the farmers and to link them to the markets for their prosperity and to provide the customers with good quality products.
    5 Principles
    that govern us

    • Organic - Organic – no chemical production, no monoculture.
    • Fairness - dignified production conditions for farmers ,farm workers and factory workers.
    • Ecology - respect nature and resources.
    • Quality - production of high quality cotton, cotton yarn  and food crops.
    • Transparency - information from and direct contact with all stages of production.