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Published on Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Kaufland signs up to ‘Detox’ commitments

Written by John Mowbray

 AMSTERDAM – Greenpeace is looking to sign up more multi-channel retailers such as current signatories Aldi, Tchibo and Lidl to its campaign to rid potentially hazardous textile chemicals from their supply chains by 2020 and it recently persuaded German supermarket chain Kaufland – with 1200 stores in Germany and Eastern Europe – to sign up to its Detox commitments.


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