Organic cotton - how green is your tally?
By just-style.com | 13 November 2000
After the fanfare of the early 90s, the organic cotton industry is today taking a more commercial approach to bringing its product into the mainstream. Companies such as Nike, Levi Strauss and Patagonia have developed ranges with organic cotton, and the fibre is now being produced in 18 countries including the USA, Turkey, India, Peru and Uganda. Tania Casselle reports.
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