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LONDON – British retail giant Marks and Spencer (M&S) has reversed its ban on the use of alpaca yarn in its garments, a move that is expected to face backlash from animal rights campaigners.

The move comes after the announcement of a supply-chain-wide, unified pilot of Textile Exchange’s Responsible Alpaca Standard (RAS), currently a voluntary scheme for the certification and assessment of elements regarding animal welfare, land management and social requirements.

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