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MEMPHIS – The US Cotton Trust Protocol has been approved as a standard for ‘sustainable’ cotton by Siegelklarheit, an initiative of the German federal government. 

It means members of the Partnership for Sustainable Textiles (PST) – a multi-stakeholder initiative striving to improve apparel supply chain – can use the protocol as one of many authorised standards to calculate their share of sustainable cotton.

“Members of the Partnership for Sustainable Textiles work together to achieve substantial social and ecological improvements in their global supply chains,” said Jürgen Janssen, head of the PST secretariat. “This also includes the production of raw materials and thus the cultivation and processing of cotton.”

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