Economy of Love Companies are Committed to


impacTrace aims to give consumers the answers to the following questions

Who made
this product ?

What is the impact on the people, environment, the value distribution, and individual potential unfolding?

How is this
product made?

What is the True Cost of the product when external costs are accounted for?

Traceback the products of the Economy of Love
certified companies

SEKEM produces organic and biodynamic food products for the national Egyptian and international market. As part of SEKEM Holding, the company focuses on sustainable and regenerative agricultural production, fair and dignified working conditions, and human development of all SEKEM employees.

Lotus was founded in 1977 and is one company under the SEKEM Holding in Egypt. Lotus factory processes all kinds of herbs and spices and is exclusively working with Biodynamic and the newly established Economy of Love standards, ensuring high sustainable and ethical practices.

OGLAND is a bedding company based in Sweden. The brand’s core value is to give back to nature, more than taking from it; and creating products that benefit people and the environment as well as the end customer through high quality. Together with NatureTex, OGLAND strives to Produce high-quality beddings that are ethically produced, With its biodynamic and the newly established Economy of Love Standard.

NatureTex was founded in 1998 and is one company under SEKEM Holding in Egypt. NatureTex produces high-quality textiles to sell both locally and internationally. Naturetex is using only organic and biodynamic methods to cultivate the cotton, and with the newly established Economy of Love Standard, NatureTex ensures the ethical and fully sustainable production and processing of its products.