LEIDEN – Swedish homeware company IKEA has released its sustainability report for the 2018 financial year, which revealed that 100 per cent of the cotton it sourced during the 12 months was certified as 'sustainable' for a second year running.

In total, 60 per cent of the IKEA range uses renewable materials and 10 per cent contains recycled materials. The company says that its ambition is to use 100 per cent renewable and recycled materials by 2030.

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