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LONDON – Materials science brand Pangaia has unveiled a new strategy through which it will aim to ensure 100 per cent of its cotton is grown using regenerative best practices by 2026.

The British company says this approach will yield both environmental and social benefits, replenishing soil health and increasing crop diversity whilst safeguarding the long-term prosperity of its farmer network.

To mark the introduction of the new strategy, Pangaia is today launching a capsule collection made using ‘in-conversion cotton’ which it says “represents a new beginning for cotton sourcing” at the firm.

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