Hemp fiber for high quality textile
Sustainably grown in Europe
Hemp is the new cotton
We are a Lithuanian company, which specialises in growing and processing of raw hemp material to produce high-quality hemp fiber and yarn of European origin for global textiles and fashion industries.
Our special feature is a high quality hemp fiber specifically dedicated for the 21st century sustainability-driven textiles and fashion industries.
In 2019, we have completed the construction of a modern hemp fiber processing plant, with investment amounting to more than 8 million euro. The plant of Natural Fiber (UAB “Natūralus Pluoštas“) is located in Lithuania, Europe – a geographical area which offers excellent conditions for growing and retting hemp. The hemp stalks are processed at the plant to obtain high quality hemp fiber for textiles and nonwovens, while the residual materials - shives and pellets - can be used in various branches of the industrial sector.
The company is the largest manufacturer of hemp fiber in the Baltics and manages the full cultivation and processing cycle of top-quality hemp fiber for high quality textiles. We guarantee the traceability of our products by working closely with every farm where our hemp is grown and the people who grow it. We also guarantee the quality of our hemp fibers as we are in control of the entire process: from the selection of seeds, their preparation, growing and retting to harvesting and processing.
Our vision - To make sustainable hemp fiber one of the main natural fibers used in 21st century sustainability-driven textiles and fashion industries.
Our mission - To restore and stimulate the use of hemp fiber in textiles and fashion industries as a high-quality, sustainable, environmentally-friendly material, while simultaneously upholding the long-standing cultivation tradition of hemp in the Baltics, Europe.More
Natural Fiber (UAB „Natūralus pluoštas“) plays an active role in the creation of sustainable future.
By sustainably growing hemp
- Hemp growing and processing does not involve the use pesticides
and other chemicals
- Hemp is good for the soil: it clears weeds from the fields, increases humus content and revives degraded land
- Compared to cotton, hemp on average requires significantly less water to grow
By cultivating no-waste production
- Ecologically grown hemp straw is processed to obtain high quality
fiber for textile
- The residual materials - shives and small fiber particles - are used in various agricultural and industrial sectors
- The pellets are suitable for
By offering sustainable hemp fiber
for high quality textiles
- Sustainable and environmentally
- One of the strongest and
most durable natural textile fibers
- Absorbs moisture, prevents
- Blocks ultraviolet rays
- Superior durability
- Easily recyclable
The use of hemp fiber in textiles significantly contributes to the sustainable future. Growing and processing of hemp do not involve the use of pesticides and other chemicals; hemp products are easily recyclable and help to reduce waste and greenhouse gas emissions; the durability of hemp fabrics lowers consumerism rates.