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We are pleased to hear about Burberry's latest moves towards becoming a more sustainable brand.

We were pleased to learn about Burberry’s move towards environmental sustainability in a recent commitment to reduce the amount of toxins used in their products, complying with (and moving beyond) the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemical Group’s (ZDHC) restrictions. In addition, the British luxury heritage brand is embracing transparency by initiating a public disclosure of the discharge of hazardous chemicals used in its supply chain, joining a number of its fellow luxury actors in the cause. More here. /Ada Källgren


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