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GENEVA - The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) has revealed it is aiming to develop a new system that will offer full physical traceability of its 'better cotton' by 2022.

Ecotextile News revealed at the beginning of this month that the BCI hoped to transition to full traceability - partly because of concerns over the use of forced labour in the Xinjiang region of China which supplies more than a fifth of the world's cotton.

In a new blog, Amy Jackson, the BCI's director of membership and supply chain, says that the organisation's existing 'mass balance' system had enabled the BCI to quickly scale sustainable practices in cotton production around the world.

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