NATURAL, DURABLE, AND BREATHABLE
We sleep better when we sleep cool. Our airy Coconut Coir Mattress Pad delivers essential airflow to ensure your mattress stays breathable and dry. To prevent moisture and mold and to keep your bed from sleeping stuffy, it’s a must for mattresses in humid locations or those placed on solid surfaces. Ethically sourced, renewable coconut coir fibers, lightly mixed with our natural GOLS certified organic latex, make the pad durable and sustainable.
Humans have harnessed coconut fiber for thousands of years. Our coconut fiber is made from the fruit's husk. It's lightly mixed with organic latex, pressed, and baked to form a durable yet airy core. No chemicals are used. Due to its resistance to moisture and incredible breathability, mold or mildew will not grow.
GOLS CERTIFIED LATEX
No material comes close to natural latex when it comes to comfort, breathability, resiliency, durability, and support. And the most desirable and scarce latex is GOLS-certified organic latex — which we harvest ethically, sustainably, and responsibly from our farms in India and Guatemala. That means no pesticides or herbicides. We process our latex in organic-certified facilities to the highest social and environmental responsibility standards.
CLIMATE NEUTRAL CERTIFIED
As a Climate Neutral Certified company since 2019, we've measured Avocado's annual cradle-to-consumer emissions, offset them by investing in climate change solutions, and started taking real action to reduce our emissions. Through our partnerships with Ceres and the American Sustainable Business Network, we also advocate for state and federal policies that support equitable solutions.
PROJECT ZERO WASTE
Avocado is always seeking innovative ways to be more sustainable — while never compromising the luxury feel of our products. In 2022, by being intentional about our materials and manufacturing, we expanded our production facility footprint from two to five while still increasing the amount of waste we diverted from landfills by 9%, achieving an overall waste diversion rate of 78%. Our goal is at least an 80% diversion rate. Read more about Project Zero Waste.