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Published on Friday, 15 July 2016

Jack & Jones joins CmiA programme

Written by Brett Mathews

HAMBURG – Denmark-based Bestseller brand Jack & Jones has partnered with Cotton made in Africa to develop a fully integrated textile production chain from field to fashion in Uganda. Jack & Jones has become the first Danish partner of the fast growing identity cotton programme and has also gone one step further by partnering with Fine Spinners, a vertically integrated textile company based in Kampala, Uganda to create a fully traceable textile supply chain.


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