GERMANY: C&A commits to sustainable African cotton
By Leonie Barrie | 24 October 2011
Leading European fashion retailer C&A plans to purchase 1,000 tonnes of sustainably produced African cotton next year in a move that will help improve the living conditions of smallholder farmers in five countries.
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