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Published on Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Lindex exceeds sustainable materials target

Written by Tommy Lee
Lindex BCI India

GOTHENBURG – Swedish apparel brand Lindex has surpassed its target for the number of garments sold which use ‘sustainable materials,’ selling 16.3 million garments with sustainability credentials in 2014, according to its new sustainability report. In 2014, the report notes, Lindex sold 16.3 million garments in sustainable materials, representing 22 per cent of its total product. The company initially aimed to reach 12.8 million pieces, or 20 per cent of its product range.

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