-There's one page exclusively dedicated to the latex.

-There's one page exclusively dedicated to the cotton.

-There's one page exclusively dedicated to the wool.

-There's one page exclusively dedicated to the wood.

-There's one page exclusively dedicated to 'creativity'.

-There's one page exclusively dedicated to pillows.

-There's one page exclusively dedicated to staff.

-There's one page exclusively dedicated to the coil springs (shown covered in Polypropylene).


       

BUT, there is NO page for the synthetic Polypropylene.  

                 

 The disclosure of this synthetic material is buried on the FAQ page!


  Bury, buried: To make inconspicuous, cause to appear insignificant,

to put out of ones mind.​



At the very least, why wouldn't the synthetic material be discussed on the 'coil' page where there are three photos

of coils covered in the synthetic Polypropylene material!? 

http://www.berkeleyergo.com/pocketed-coils/


Could they and their dealers be trying to minimize the exposure of the synthetic Polypropylene to their readers and potential customers because it doesn't fit into their 'natural' narrative?

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What other reason could it be? 

chemical formula for polypropylene

Check this site if you're researching Berkeley Ergonomics mattresses. Beware of the non disclosure of the synthetic Polypropylene in the coil mattresses in case the sales guy 'forgets' to mention it, the false organic claims, and more.

 It can be confusing with all the various claims. 

So, where is  the synthetic Polypropylene  on Berkeley Ergonomics web site?