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Mattress makers have been trying to convince their customers to switch to mattresses made with non-toxic ingredients.
“I am not really the type of person that would want to be in a place where I had to buy a certain product every week.
But I can tell you that I am definitely not a believer in the idea that a certain brand is the best option.
I do believe that there are a number of factors that come into play when we are making the choice of which brand to buy.
If we are in a competitive marketplace and people are looking for a product to replace their current mattress, I think there is certainly a lot of that.”
Mattress manufacturers have been really pushing back on the idea of having to buy the same product every single week.
“If you look at a lot the mattresses on the market today, they are very cheap to make.
That is not because they have the highest quality or they are the best mattresses.
The fact is that they are cheap.
They are cheap to manufacture and cheap to sell.
And, so, you would think that would mean that you would have a lot more choices.
You wouldn’t be surprised if there are lots of mattresses that are cheaper than what you could buy on Amazon.
It is not the case.”
Mattress maker Mattress maker Marvell, which makes Marvell mattresses, says it has a long-term goal of making mattresses “100 per cent vegan”.
Mattresses made from non-animal sources are also being touted as more environmentally friendly.
In a report on sustainability, Marvell says it aims to reduce its carbon footprint by “no more than 20 per cent”.
“We are working towards a 100 per cent carbon footprint,” Marvell CEO Tim Marvell told the ABC in February.
What is not known is if Marvell is just aiming for a 100-per-cent carbon footprint or if it’s aiming for more sustainable choices for its products.
There is no official policy on the matter.
Despite the promise of 100 per-cent sustainability, Mattressmakers are still struggling to convince consumers they can make the switch to the non-dairy alternatives.
When asked about their sustainability efforts, Marvel says it is “important to be clear” about the differences between non-Dairy alternatives and the “toxic, unsanitary, and dangerous” alternatives it uses.
“Our commitment to environmental sustainability and our commitment to ethical and compassionate practices in our production is part of our ongoing commitment to ensure our products meet our customers needs and are made in the highest standards of care for the environment,” Marvel told the National Association of Confectioners and Exporters (NACFE).
Mattresses make from non animal sources are being touted by Mattress Manufacturers as environmentally friendly and safer. “
[For example], non- animal and non vegan alternatives reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 25 per cent compared to those alternatives.”
Mattresses make from non animal sources are being touted by Mattress Manufacturers as environmentally friendly and safer.
However, non-animals are being used as a substitute for dairy.
Non-Dagrass, a non-vegan, organic alternative to dairy that can be made by a non dairy producer, is made from agave nectar.
Mammoth, a vegan, non dairy alternative to animal-based alternatives, is produced from soybeans.
Nestlé, the makers of Marvell and MattressMaker, have pledged to change its sourcing of its ingredients.
Mattress Manufactures’ own CEO, Tim Marvel, said in February that non-Animal Products could become more environmentally sustainable.
Mr Marvell said non-cows were not only a source of protein, but also vitamins, minerals, and fibre.
He said in a statement that non animal products could also be more beneficial to the environment.
Marvell and other Mattress Makers have been criticised by consumer groups.
A consumer advocacy group, Friends of the Earth, called the non vegan option of non-degradable, non animal-derived alternatives “a recipe for disaster”.
It said there were also concerns about the long-lasting health impacts of the non plant alternatives.
“Non animal alternatives to the dairy alternatives that are available on supermarket shelves are not only expensive to produce, but are also the most harmful of all animal alternatives,” said the group’s director, Matt Elliott.
Elliott also called for non-corporate companies to come out strongly against the non non-natural alternatives, claiming they “create a false choice”.
Marvella’s Mattress Maker, Mattess, has also been targeted.
This year, the Australian Vegan Society and Friends of Life Australia, launched