NCFI Unveils USDA BioPreferred Memory Foam Mattress

By Elaina Hundley This winter, NCFI is set to introduce a memory foam mattress that is certified under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s BioPreferred Pro- gram as a bio-based product. Designed using proprietary foams and a fabric also certified under the program, the BioLux Mattress is ide- al for the environmentally conscious customer. The USDA’s BioPreferred Program iden- tifies products that are derived from plants and other renewable agriculture, marine and forestry materials. Under the program, com- panies apply for certification, which requires independent, third-party verification of the amount of bio-based content in a product. “We’ve been dedicated to utilizing renew- able technology for a long time and being the

first to bring a BioPreferred mattress to the marketplace is the crowning achievement for us in the realm of environmental stewardship,” said Chris Bradley, executive vice president of NCFI’s consumer products division. “This is a culmination of many years of research by our talented development team. This is only the beginning of NCFI pushing the envelope on developing renewable consumer products.” Priced to retail at $1,999, NCFI’s 11-inch

BioLux Mattress is crafted with two foam layers—an eight-inch foam base topped with a three-inch layer of NCFI’s four-pound memory foam. Both layers are certified un- der the BioPreferred program. The mattress is dressed in a zippered cover made of fine organic cotton.

The BioLux Mattress is the fifth, and most recent product developed by NCFI utilizing renewable technology. Visit

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