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What is Latex?

Latex is a white, milky liquid with a stable dispersion of rubber particles in water.

Latex manufacturing for the bedding industry uses latex harvested from the rubber trees Havea brasiliensis, which are grown in tropical climate plantations around the world, including in Southeast Asia, parts of Africa, and South America. The latex is collected in buckets and shipped to large rubber factories, where it is transformed into latex foam. The trees are not harmed and therefore provide a sustainable and renewable resource. 

Natural latex is ‘white gold'—white milk extracted from the rubber tree that can be turned into very comfortable and useful products—tyres, gloves, and, in our case, mattresses and pillows.

In fact, natural liquid latex is a commodity and is publicly traded in stock markets.