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BARCELONA - Fashion retailer Mango has announced it is to use regenerative cotton in its products for the first time with the first selected garments expected to go in sale in early 2024.

The Spanish clothing brand has been working with agricultural technology company Materra, which uses regenerative farming systems to produce climate-resilient cotton that is said to use less water and produce fewer carbon emissions than standard cotton.

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