Why overpay for an Awara Mattress when you can get an amazingly comfortable, supportive, GOTS organic, nontoxic, third-party certified, American-made mattress — with more individually pocketed innersprings — for hundreds of dollars less? Introducing the Avocado Eco Organic Mattress!
Avocado Eco Organic Mattress vs. Awara® Mattress:
Consumer Reports® Overall Rating
73 (Avocado Green Mattress is the highest-rated mattress with an overall score of 84)
10 inches (standard);
Organic Latex ("Natural" is not organic certified)
✅ GOLS organic certified Dunlop
❌ Not certified organic
Organic Cover for Breathability
✅ GOTS organic cotton
❌ Awara claims organic cotton, but according to the legal tag, it is actually:
Organic Batting Fiber Filling
✅ GOTS organic wool
❌ Polyester & wool, in a 2:1 ratio.
Wool for cool sleep
✅ GOTS organic wool from India
❌ Wool from New Zealand blended with polyester.
Pocketed innerspring for pressure relief & contouring
975 (King), 8-inch coils
868 (King), 8-inch coils
Tested and endorsed by the American Chiropractic Association Board of Doctors
Firm edge support on all sides
❌ No reinforced perimeter edge.
No Flame retardant
❌ Hydrated silica & polyester
GOTS Organic Certified Mattress (full product)
GOLS Organic Certified Latex
GOTS Organic Certified Wool
❌ "Organic Wool" is claimed, but no GOTS certification or license number. More importantly, wool is not included on the legal tag as a material. Wool is used with polyester batting.
GOTS Organic: Certified Cotton
❌ "Organic Cotton" is claimed, but no GOTS certification or license is provided. More importantly, the cover is only 30% cotton. The rest is 69% polyester and 1% elastane.
Blockchain-verified materials for trust and transparency
eco-INSTITUT® Certified Latex
Formaldehyde-Free Verified by UL Environment®
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® Certified (Latex, cotton & wool)
❌ Claimed without certification license.
FSC® certified (C156318)(Latex mattresses, pillows, furniture and factories)
❌ Claimed without certification license.
❌ Awara claims Rainforest Alliance. However, Rainforest Alliance/FSC confirms that Awara/Resident has no certification in their names.
B Corporation Certified
1% For the Planet® Verified Giving Program
Landfill Waste Diversion
✅ Avocado became the first mattress and bedding company to have its Landfill Waste Diversion rated and validated by UL. In 2022, Avocado’s goal is to achieve its Zero Waste certification.
Climate Change Mitigation
Climate Neutral Certified®
Made with renewable energy
Ownership & Trust
365 days. However, to get a refund, you have to find a donation partner yourself. Awara will not pick it up or offer assistance in finding a donation partner.
Does Not Own Mattress Review Website(s)
✅ For ethical reasons, we do not. (Many brands do and use search and social marketing to suggest editorial independence.)
❌ Sleep Authority dot com, is owned and operated by DreamCloud, LLC, which operates Nectar, DreamCloud, Level, and Awara.
Makes their mattresses
✅ Our factory in Los Angeles, with domestic and imported materials (latex and wood)
Makes own organic latex
✅ From our farms in India and Guatemala
Owns organic wool
✅ From our farms in India
Better Business Bureau Rating (02/2002)
No FTC Settlements*
❌ 2 (Awara is owned by Resident Home, which owns the Awara, Nectar, and DreamCloud brands.)
Awara is owned by Resident, a repeat offender of fraud, as ruled by the FTC. As such, carefully reviewing Awara mattress' marketing claims (related to organic and toxicity claims, for example) is important:
Awara mattress is not a certified organic product and is not listed on the GOTS public database. A GOTS-certified product is made with certified organic materials in a facility that is also certified for organic production. Avocado is certified and publicly listed. This matters. The GOTS certification ensures — using on-site inspections and verification of records from the farm to the factory — that the organic materials and finished product are healthy for you, safe for the people that made them, and good for the environment; while at the same time, it ensures that social responsibility standards (ethical animal treatment, living wages, etc.) are met across the supply chain.
Awara does not use 100% organic cotton. In truth, Awara uses up to 69% polyester. See their mattress legal tag below.
Avocado uses organic certified wool (from our own farms) to naturally inhibit flammability and meet all safety standards. Awara uses hydrated silica. As a result of this, as well as the high use of polyester, aramids, and adhesives, the Awara mattress is not MADE SAFE® certified — one of the highest standards for products, ensuring that they are safe for humans and the environment.
All Avocado claims are backed by trusted, third-party certifications in our brand name, for radical transparency and responsibility. Even Avocado's giving initiatives through 1% for the Planet® are verified. Awara has no public certifications for any material or the finished product.
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