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NEW YORK - The PETA animal welfare organisation claims to have evidence of live ducks having their throats slit and feet cut off to produce down under the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) for leading brands.

The Textile Exchange industry body, which oversees the RDS certification, has launched an urgent investigation into the allegations.

The brands concerned, which include H&M, Gap, Uniqlo, Lacoste and Guess, have denied the Vietnamese producers concerned are within their supply chains but PETA claims to have evidence to the contrary.

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