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DUBLIN - Fashion retailer Primark has pledged to add another 125,000 smallholder farmers to its Sustainable Cotton Programme, taking the total number to more than 275,000 by the end of 2023.

The company says it represents an 80 per cent expansion to the programme to train cotton farmers in less environmentally-damaging production methods, making it the largest of its kind by any single retailer.

Primark says the move is a significant step towards its goal of ensuring that all cotton in its clothes will be organic, recycled or from its Sustainable Cotton Programme by 2027.

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