Organic cotton is by far the most commonly used, followed by hemp. According to the Organic Trade Association’s 2007 Manufacturer Survey, in 2006, “organic fiber linens and clothing sales in the United States grew by 26 percent over the previous year, to reach $203 million” (from the second source). While that doesn’t distinguish hemp from cotton, regulations limit the production of hemp in the U.S., and the long-term popularity of cotton means there are fewer companies that can mill and weave hemp, especially inexpensively.
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