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Published on Thursday, 03 August 2017

Gap announces wood-derived fabrics policy

Written by John Mowbray

image: WIKI

VANCOUVER – US apparel business Gap has become the latest global brand to commit to the CanopyStyle campaign, which is working with global rayon and viscose producers to free the supply chain of ancient and endangered forest fibre from controversial sources. Gap has announced a new company-wide policy to eliminate the sourcing of wood-derived fabrics from ancient and endangered forests by 2020.

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