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BARCELONA – Spanish fashion brand Mango has brought forward its key sustainability targets having been buoyed by the pace at which it’s made progress over recent years.  

Notably, the company will work to ensure 100 per cent of the polyester it uses is recycled by 2025, doubling the initial target set for this deadline, and hopes that by the same date 100 per cent of the cellulosic fibres it utilises are of controlled or traceable origins – a goal initially scheduled for completion by 2030.

“Aware of the environmental impact of our product, and in line with our goals and international commitments, we work garment-by-garment, promoting the use of fibres with a lower environmental impact in our collection. Bringing forward the sustainable fibre targets allows us to move towards a more sustainable fashion future”, said Toni Ruiz, Mango’s chief executive.

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