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Published on Tuesday, 01 April 2014

African cotton meets strict criteria

Written by John Mowbray

cmiaHAMBURG – Two independent auditors have verified that all six Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) partner companies in Sub-Saharan Africa grew their cotton according to the CmiA standard in 2013. As a consequence, 435,000 smallholder farmers and ten cotton companies received a renewed license to sell cotton with the CmiA seal of approval.


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