Under the Nile organics offer an alternative to conventional toys and cotton apparel for infants and children. All products are made from 100% handpicked organic cotton, without the use of pesticides or chemicals throughout the entire production process. Grown exclusively in Egypt, the products reflect the extremely soft and durable features that Egyptian cotton is known for. Under the Nile's dyeing process uses metal-free or vegetable dyes. Accessories such as buttons and zippers are made from eco-friendly elements such as wood, shell or nickel-free metals. Their organic baby clothes, blankets, and toys are EDI and CPSIA compatible. Their mission is to give parents peace of mind, knowing Under the Nile baby products are made from Egyptian organic cotton in a way that reflects both the care of the environment and care for others.
Under the Nile organics are also proud participants of the 13-Villages-Project- a SEKEM initiative to fight against poverty and its causes in rural Egypt. Under the Nile's "Veggin' Out" collection of stuffed fruits and vegetables are made exclusively through this program and help to support healthier living conditions for impoverished people in Egypt.
Janice Masoud, President of Under the Nile, joined the 13-Villages-Project because she believes.that poverty cannot be addressed solely through financial aid. So while many manufacturers choose to give a portion of their proceeds to underprivileged countries and charities, Masoud wanted to do more than just donate. She wanted to be part of the solution.