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Published on Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Sports brands refute Greenpeace claims

Written by Brett Mathews

AdidasWAKEFIELD - Nike and adidas have both hit back at Greenpeace’s recent report which claimed to find trace amounts of potentially hazardous chemicals in World Cup 2014 soccer merchandise. Their responses only serve to highlight the complex, challenging 'detox' issue.


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