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HAMBURG – The Aid by Trade Foundation (AbTF) has reported that its Cotton made in Africa (CmiA) initiative reached record levels of supply and demand last year, with a total of 600 million CmiA-labelled textiles brought to market.  

The German initiative says its number of licensed brand and retail partners rose by around 30 per cent during this time, with Lidl and Otto Group amongst its three biggest customers.

“This year’s record levels of supply and demand for Cotton made in Africa underline how widely accepted sustainable raw materials have become in international value chains,” said Tina Stridde, AbTF’s managing director. 

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