SOURCING: Marks & Spencer commits to traceability scheme
By Petah Marian | 24 August 2011
As part of Marks & Spencer's Plan A initiative, it intends to launch a traceability project called String which will track every single clothing product it sells from raw material through to store. Petah Marian spoke to Mark Sumner, the retailer's sustainable raw materials specialist, about the scheme.
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