Aussies Go Bananas With Banana Fiber Underwear

March 9th, 2010 - 3:44 am ICT by Angela Kaye Mason  

Banana Fiber Underwear Mar 8 (THAINDIAN NEWS) The Australian underwear company known as “AussieBum” has created a new eco-friendly range of underwear. They are made with 27 percent banana fiber, and 64 percent cotton, along with 9 percent Lycra, according to AussieBum spokesman, Lloyd Jones. “Naturally you can’t really add anymore banana fibre than that because it might be a bit squishy,” said Jones.

Banana fibers has many benefits, such as being a completely natural fiber made from the bark of a banana tree, which is easy to weave, and turns out soft and smooth, as people want their underwear to be. It is considered to be one of the most eco-friendly fibers in the world, setting a precedence for other fabrics.

With the world demanding more and more eco-friendliness from their products, AussieBum has taken a big step in helping as Australia steadily pulls itself out of recession. These underwear are 100 percent Australian made, environmentally sustainable, and top quality, and are already in high demand. Part of their success lies, perhaps, in the fact that the company is constantly monitoring feedback from it’s customers. They use social networking sights such as Facebook and Twitter, and even “Four Square” to gather input and ideas from the consumer.

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