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Published on Wednesday, 30 March 2016

G-Star, Ted Baker commit to sustainability scoring tool

Written by John Mowbray

LONDON - Made-By, the UK-based textile sustainability consultancy, has announced that four leading apparel brands have agreed to make public their sustainability scores using Mode-tracker – an independent assessment tool which assesses a brand's sustainability activities. Ted Baker, G-Star, Vivobarefoot and Haikure have all been using Mode-Tracker for the past year as part of the verification process of the tool, which was launched in concept form in 2014.

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