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Published on Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Interview: Berrye Worsham, CEO, Cotton Inc.

Written by John Mowbray

In a wide ranging interview on cotton, cotton subsidies, GM cotton and environmental issues, Cotton Inc CEO Berry Worsham argues that to effect real change, it would be preferable to have one environmental label, "rather than 101". Saying that many in the industry would argue that there are currently too many environmental labels: "these can compete with each other and in the process confuse consumers and even desensitise them from caring about environmental impact."

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