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  • Wrangler Digs into Science for Sustainable Cotton Sourcing

    Wrangler Digs into Science for Sustainable Cotton Sourcing

    Most sustainable cotton management frameworks just skim the surface. The leaders at Wrangler wanted to dig deeper. The American denim brand sought to understand the actual effects of cotton...

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  • Mondelez pledges to source all cocoa through its sustainability program by 2025

    Mondelez pledges to source all cocoa through its sustainability program by 2025

    Mondelez has committed to sourcing 100% of its cocoa through its Cocoa Life program by 2025. The Cocoa Life program seeks to reduce deforestation and child labor from cocoa supply chains while...

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  • How Trim Suppliers Are Reducing The Environmental Footprint of Jeans 

    How Trim Suppliers Are Reducing The Environmental Footprint of Jeans 

    Like the cotton growing, weaving and finishing that come before it, denim trim suppliers are taking measures to reduce their intake of water, chemicals, energy and raw materials. “There is a...

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  • Food safety issues carry increasingly high risks for suppliers

    Food safety issues carry increasingly high risks for suppliers

    A new report from CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange Division explains why the stakes are rising for food suppliers in a landscape of continuously evolving food safety challenges, technologies and...

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  • Oritain Maps All Supima Cotton Origins to Achieve 100 Percent Traceability 

    Oritain Maps All Supima Cotton Origins to Achieve 100 Percent Traceability 

    Oritain, a product and supply chain traceability specialist, has now mapped all Supima cotton growing regions with the aim of tackling fraud in the global cotton supply chain and enabling the...

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  • Human Rights Watch calls for end to pricing pressure impacting textile workers’ conditions

    Human Rights Watch calls for end to pricing pressure impacting textile workers’ conditions

    In a 66-page report, the Human Rights Watch organisation has made an extremely ambivalent assessment of the working conditions of textile workers worldwide. Six years after the Rana Plaza...

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  • Deliberate mislabelling of seafood rife in South Korea, researchers find 

    Deliberate mislabelling of seafood rife in South Korea, researchers find 

    Fraudulent mislabelling of seafood is rampant in South Korea, where one-third of samples in a comprehensive DNA study were found to be mis-sold. More than half of all sushi samples (53.9%) proved...

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  • Start-up develops edible markers to prove sustainable sourcing

    Start-up develops edible markers to prove sustainable sourcing

    IN-Code Technologies has developed invisible makers that can be used to combat illicit trade and prove the sustainable sourcing of food ingredients, such as palm oil, says CEO Joe Tilley.See it on...

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  • Mining for clean tech will place huge strain on environment

    Mining for clean tech will place huge strain on environment

    Earthworks has published a new report detailing projected minerals demand to build the electric vehicles, solar arrays, wind turbines and other renewable energy infrastructure necessary to meet...

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  • UK supermarkets implicated in Amazon deforestation supply chain: report

    UK supermarkets implicated in Amazon deforestation supply chain: report

    A report from the UK organization Earthsight finds that UK supermarket chains — including Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons and Lidl — are still importing corned beef from Brazil’s largest beef...

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