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Uttarakhand has seen mass migration and most of the villages are either uninhabited or full of old men, women and children as male members have moved to cities in search of jobs. Though these families have small farms they don’t do farming as animals destroys their crops. 80% of the farmers have left farming in the hills of Uttarakhand.

We want to change this problem in an opportunity for these people. Though logistics is very hard, due to unmaintained mountain roads traveling to the nearest market or city is a nightmare. Practically no industry exists in these mountains. We travelled to dozens of remote mountains, trained these great women in their traditional craft of weaving, sewing, accessory making and provide them jobs and above all an identity.

We have created a value chain and involved hundreds of women in farming (hemp farming is less labour intensive) , retting of hemp plants, degumming, carding, sewing, handlooms etc. We believe that women are like the roots of the tress, if you empower a woman she will empower an entire community around her. We train them in marketing, quality control etc. and give them platform to sell their products at fair price.

Every inch of fabric or clothing on these pages comes from beautiful remote Himalayan villages of Uttarakhand, India made by love and care by these hard working women. These women from mountains are already very beautiful in appearance and at heart but now they are making the world a better place by promoting the most sustainable plant on earth.

With every purchase on this website, you spread love and lessen your carbon footprint.

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HEMP FABRIC!

Hemp Fabric is the future of the clothing industry. The world has awakened to the problems of unsustainable cotton fabric manufacturing practices. If you’re on the hemp fabric bandwagon, you’re heading towards a bright economy of the future.

The world over, environment conscious as well as fashion-forward users, are lauding the introduction of hemp fabric based apparel. If you’re looking for a hemp fabric wholesale supplier, Hemp Foundation is your turnkey problem solver.

We differentiate our hemp fabrics from every other wholesaler’s hemp fabric by laying immense focus on promoting 100% organic farming practices. The result is organic hemp fabric that looks amazing, feels fabulous, and is durable enough to be used in clothes that will last for years.

It doesn’t get any better, as we embrace organic farming practices as well as the time tested and centuries-old secrets of farming known to the farmer folks of Uttarakhand, the land of Gods. We use technology where it works, and let humans make routine farming decisions where they matter the most.

Your customers and clients require the highest quality of hemp fabric, of course, at a price point that suits them and you. Get in touch with us, know more about how we can literally put your bulk hemp fabric purchase on autopilot.

Certificate of Fiber Identification/Composition and Perspiration

Our Swatch Book

Feel the fabric and be WOWed by our variety

There are approximately 50 Hemp fabrics included in the swatch book. It mostly contains pure hemp fabrics but it also has hemp and cotton blends, hemp and Lycra, Lyocelln etc. You can see, touch, and feel our beautiful hemp textiles and other sustainable by yourself.

Each fabric is labeled with a unique identification code and technical specifications.

Feel free to contact us with any further questions.

Price: $42 + $25 (Shipping Cost Worldwide) = $67

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Hemp Fabric Wholesale

We are the top hemp fabric wholesale supplier globally. As the leading hemp fabric manufacturers and wholesale suppliers from India, we export organic hemp fabric to the world – durable, eco-friendly, and affordable.

Hemp Fabrics

Why Choose Hemp Foundation

  • We are the #1 organic hemp fabric wholesale suppliers and exporters in the United States
  • Fashioned from Himalayan hemp, our organic hemp fabrics are 100% chemical-free
  • We sell hemp textile in wholesale
  • As a leading hemp fabric wholesale suppliers, our products come with a trusted quality certification
  • Every product we offer is a style statement in itself at an incredibly affordable rate
  • When you buy from us, you contribute to a greener Himalayan state in India
  • When you buy from us, you help a poor Indian hemp farmer earn a decent livelihood

Forget about following up with suppliers for tracking your consignments. Hemp Foundation is a problem solver, not just a bulk hemp fabric supplier. We have set up an exclusive and extensive network of global logistics partners, helping us honor delivery commitments made to clients across the globe, from the USA to Australia, across Africa, Europe, UK, and Asia.

Choose air freight forwarding for your bulk hemp fabric orders that you need quickly.

To optimize the logistics cost, we also offer ocean freight forwarding, which is a more inexpensive option, if you can afford to wait a bit longer for the consignment.

  • Air Freight Forwarding
  • Ocean Freight Forwarding
  • Paid Courier Service
  • Expedited Services

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What Makes Hemp Fabrics From Hemp Foundation’s Farms in Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand so Unique?

Unique Soil, Unique Terroir, Unmatched Hemp Quality

Did you know? Uttarakhand’s soil is so conducive to hemp farming that it’s commonplace for people to find the crop growing on its own in the bushes and at the edges of traditional fields! Imagine what focused and scientific hemp farming techniques could achieve on such land! This makes Hemp Foundation’s hemp fabric unmatched in quality. Don’t believe us? Request a sample and decide for yourself.

Organic Hemp Crop For Guilt-Free Fabric and Fashion

Fashion doesn’t have to be a bad word. We’ve demonstrated how Rudraprayag’s soil makes it easy and effective to grow industrial hemp without the use of any inorganic fertilizers of chemical products. This means that you can depend on us for bulk organic hemp fabric, and be a part of the hemp revolution that has the potential to change the way the world dresses.

A Social Enterprise

Join Hemp Foundation in its mission to reintegrate Uttarakhand’s remote villages in the Indian growth story. We work with farmers with these villages at grassroots, training them in sowing and cultivating industrial hemp, and empowering them with economic and technological resources for the same. The result – their farmlands become living spectacles of 21st-century agricultural wonder, as they grow wold class industrial hemp.

EMPOWERING RURAL UTTARAKHAND’S WOMENFOLK, WEAVE AFTER WEAVE

Our joint venture with Mandakini Weavers makes us one of the few hemp clothing wholesale services that strive to bring about a positive social change. We encourage women from rural Uttarakhand to learn carding, weaving, sewing, and other skills to create high-quality handlooms which are then sold in the local, domestic, and international market. This makes Hemp Foundation’s hemp clothing wholesale the perfect blend of superlative quality and a positive social impact.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are numerous ways to differentiate between knitted and woven fabrics. • Look: The most apparent difference between the two fabrics is the way they look. In the case of a knit fabric, a single yarn is used continuously which gives a braided look. On the other hand, a woven fabric is produced by multiple yarns that cross one another at right angles, giving it an interlaced look. • Wrinkle: The wrinkle test is by far one of the most effective ways to evaluate a fabric. To perform this test take a small sample of the fabric and ball it into your fist. If the material springs back to normal with little or no creases, there are chances that the fabric is knit, if not it should be a woven fabric. • Stretch: Another common test to know if the fabric is woven or knit is stretching. A knit fabric stretches easily across its length and width. If stretched too much the fabric might lose its shape. On the contrary, a woven fabric barely stretches along the width but might stretch a bit across its length.
Hemp plant’s stalk is made from long strands of fabric. These strands are extracted from the plant using a process known as retting. Then, the extracted strands are spun together to create threads, which are then used to make fabric.
Our hemp fabrics are produced in several countries of the world. So, we are hemp fabric importers as well. We decide on the production facility to be used for a particular order based on how it can contribute to achieving the desired level of quality, and the desired timelines of delivery. We buy hemp fabric in wholesale from several countries in East Asia, South East Asia, and East Europe. Our network of suppliers comprises the most renowned producers of hemp fabric India, which allows us to buy bulk hemp fabric at competitive rates. We then involve an expert and well established spinning facilities from across the globe to produce the best possible hemp fabric. This has established us as among the best quality hemp textile suppliers. We are the leading hemp fabric wholesale suppliers in India shipping to the US and a host of other countries.
We accept payments via International bank transfers, debit and credit card payments, checks and demand drafts. For any other mode of payment, please get in touch with our customer support team.
We are the leading hemp fabric wholesale suppliers of bulk hempseed and related products in the United States. You can expect us to prepare your consignment at the earliest upon order confirmation. Then, we decide on the logistics, based on the destination country, the preferred mode of transportation, and the weight and volume of the consignment. The delivery time, hence, varies from 10 days to 1 month.
Heat & water moisture are the main causes of clothes wrinkling. Clothes made from fibers like hemp, cotton, linen, etc are more prone to wrinkling compared to clothes made from cellulose-based fibers like bamboo, rayon, etc. There are structural & chemical differences in various fibers. These determine which fabric gets creased more and which less. Now, hemp fiber fabrics tend to wrinkle – but much lesser than linen. So, the effort it will take you to remove creases from your favorite hemp clothing will be much less than what it would take you to remove the same from linen fabric. The convenient way to remove these creases from hemp fabric is by steam ironing. The ironing will be even more effective if the cloth is slightly damp. If it is dry, moisten it or use some spray starch, and then iron it, setting the iron temperature to medium. Do this, and watch the creases vanish!
There are many points of similarity between these three plant-based fabrics, but there are several points of difference also. Cotton fabric comes from the cotton plant, hemp fabric from hemp plants and linen from flax plants. That is a difference that stares one in the face, but that does not help you differentiate one from the other. Cotton fiber derives from the ball that develops around the seed. Both hemp and linen are products from the stalks. That is another important technical difference that will not be of help in distinguishing the fabrics in a marketplace. Let’s be clear about one thing: it is not easy to differentiate one of these fabrics from the others by the naked eye. Experts say that the fibers look different under the microscope, but we generally don’t go fabric shopping with a microscope in a backpack. The feel of the three fabrics is different when they are in their pure form. But we hardly ever get them in the purest form in the market as they all go through different forms of treatment. That makes differentiating them even harder. There isn’t really much to differentiate them other than the labels. But there are important differences nevertheless. • In the pure form, hemp fabric is the coarsest to touch. • Cotton has a maximum elasticity among the three. • Both hemp and linen will grow softer and more fluid with every wash. • Hemp fabric is the most durable among the three and retains its shape better than the other two. • Hemp fabric has maximum breathability among the three. • Hemp fabric has antibacterial properties and is naturally more resistant to moth and mildew.
This is a controversial issue really. There are those who argue that natural fibers and fabrics are all similar in their biodegradability and eco-friendliness. There cannot be any measure of more or less naturalness. Then there are others who argue that hemp fiber and fabric are the most natural because of several reasons. Without taking a side, we present you the reasons these proponents of hemp fiber and fabric advance in support of their claim: • Hemp plants grow very closely together so that no weeds can grow in between. That ensures that no chemical herbicides are necessary for de-weeding. • Hemp plants are naturally insect resistant. That means no pesticides are necessary. • Hemp fiber and fabric are naturally resistant to mildew and moth. They do not need any treatment for that. • Hemp plants are the most eco-friendly as they help maintain the quality of the topsoil and need very little water to grow
Hemp fabric can be purchased from reputed hemp fabric wholesale suppliers with proven and tested quality, the best option being Hemp Foundation. Hemp Foundation is the largest exporter and wholesale suppliers of hemp fabric, hemp oil, hemp hearts, and derived products. The company produces and sells organic hemp with no added chemicals and comes with quality certification.
There are a number of reasons as to why hemp is better than polyester and cotton. Hemp V/s Cotton • Cotton yields one-third of hemp for the same amount of land. • Cotton uses more natural resources such as water and nutrients to grow. • Cotton takes more time to grow. Hemp V/s Polyester • Polyester is an artificial fabric. • One of the by-products of polyester is water, thus, it is a water-intensive product. • Polyester is highly non-renewable. Hence, it is very clear than hemp has an upper hand when compared to both cotton and polyester.
Hemp fiber has several advantages when compared to cotton. Hemp does not require copious quantities of pesticides (rather, hemp itself makes pests detest & avoid it. Hemp is also cheaper to grow and is much more durable. It consumes far less water (to produce 1 kg material, it needs almost 2300 liters of water, as against 10000 liters for similar cotton produce For every acre of land cultivated for hemp fiber, you will get up to 1500 pounds, whereas the count is about 500 pounds for cotton. Hemp is also more friendly towards the environment, as it requires almost no pesticide to grow – compared to cotton, which utilizes more than 15% of the world’s pesticides. In conclusion, hemp can definitely be a viable alternative to cotton in the days to come. There are still some hurdles – hemp cultivation is still not legal in every country, the industry is at a nascent stage, hemp fiber clothing isn’t yet as soft as cotton. But with continuous research & development and feedback from users globally, quality and production of hemp can surely be improved much more, thus positioning hemp as the fabric of the future!