Mango makes progress on ‘sustainable’ fibre front

April 2, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Spanish fashion brand Mango has announced that 79 per cent of its garments now integrate more ‘sustainable’ fibres. 

These products now align with the principles of the brand’s Committed Collection, which it launched in 2017 with the ambition of offering sustainably-made clothing. At that time, just 44 per cent of the company’s portfolio comprised such materials.

“We have made the commitment to continue working to become a more sustainable company. This is why we are taking huge steps with very ambitious projects that will allow us to minimise our impact and achieve the strict sustainability targets we have set ourselves,” said Mango's CEO Toni Ruiz.

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