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EDINBURGH - The Lost Stock initiative to support garment workers in supply chain countries by selling boxes of unused clothing stock has raised 96,000 weeks’ worth of food aid for Bangladeshi families in just one month.

Lost Stock was set up by Cally Russell, the founder of fashion shopping app Mallzee, to help garment workers after brands and retailers cancelled more than US$3 billion worth of orders because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

It left manufacturers unable to pay their workers and with mountains of garments which gave Russell the idea of selling some of the unused stock directly to consumers and using the money to provide relief to garments workers and their families.

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