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Published on Friday, 30 November 2012

Bestseller says no to Greenpeace

Written by John Mowbray

Bestseller_logoCOPENHAGEN – Danish fashion retailer Bestseller has become the first international brand to state publicly that it will not work with Greenpeace to meet its zero toxic discharge demands, suggesting the pressure group is being both unreasonable and hypocritical. The retailer says its current environmental efforts are making good progress and its clothing is perfectly safe for consumers to wear.


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