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BRUSSELS - An international coalition of farmers has written an open letter to the European Union (EU) raising fears its proposed PEF (Product Environmental Footprint) tool will favour synthetic fibres at the expense of 'natural' alternatives such as cotton and wool.

The letter has more than 600 signatories, representing farmers in Mongolia, India, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the UK and the USA, including The Sourcery, representing 250,000 cotton growers in India, and the Gobi Cashmere Corporation which represents 189,00 herders.

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