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OSLO / AMSTERDAM - Consumer watchdogs in Norway are working with counterparts around the world on how sustainability information could best be incorporated on consumer-facing garment labels following a "constructive" meeting with the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC).

It comes in the wake of the SAC suspending globally the use of data from the Higg Materials Sustainability Index (Higg MSI) on product labels after the Norwegian Consumer Authority (NCA) declared it misleading and illegal.

The SAC and NCA this week confirmed that they were working together to find a way forward from the controversy and help provide consumers with credible advice on environmental impact following face-to-face meetings last month.

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