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Fashion brands sign sustainable cotton pledge
Thirteen fashion and textile brands including Asos, Lindex, H&M, Nike, and Marks and Spencer have signed up to the Prince of Wales’s International Sustainability Unit and have pledged that 100 percent of the cotton they use will come from sustainable sources by 2025. The 13 names that also includes Eileen Fisher, Greenfibres, Ikea, Kering, Levi’...
6 Jun 2017
Organic market continues to grow
The organic market experienced “steady growth” in 2015, with sales increasing by 4.9 percent, according to the Soil Association 2016 Organic Market Report. This increase marks the third year of consecutive growth for the UK organic sector, which is now worth 1.95 billion pounds. One of the key areas of growth was sales of Soil Association...
3 Mar 2016
Organic textile printer
With the movement towards more sustainable production ways, T Shirt and Sons are on the polse with pioneering organic textiles ink, which is licensed by the Soil Association. UK's first and only licensed organic printer has been named an 'Organic Hero' by the Soil Association. Andy Lunt, Director of T Shirt and Sons, set up his T printing...
14 May 2008