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Published on Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Leading retailers champion wool standard

Written by Tommy Lee

LUBBOCK – Several leading brands, including Marks and Spencer, Patagonia and REI, have all given broad commitments to the Responsible Wool Standard (RWS), the voluntary global standard recently set up by Textile Exchange. In total, 15 brands have made commitments to the RWS, which is a standard that addresses animal welfare practices and land management in wool farming across the world. RWS is now also registered as a quality assurance scheme with the Australian Wool Exchange.


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