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OSLO - Nordic fashion company Varner has published its first sustainability report in which it sets out a target of buying all of its fibres from more sustainable sources by 2025.

The company, which owns brands Cubus, Dressmann, Bik Bok, Carlings, Volt, Urban, Junkyard and WOW, and holds the Scandinavian franchise for Levi's Stores, also aims to halve its Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

Other targets include using only certified and traceable animal fibres by 2030, ensuring all products are fully traceable by the same year, and reducing packaging by 50 per cent by 2025.

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