JAPAN: Organic Enters The Textile Vocabulary
Already a buzzword in the food business, the term organic is now being attached to new style yarns and fabrics. And not only are spinners and weavers eager to assure customers that the components of their latest collections are "100 per cent natural" in origin; the current trend is to dramatically extend the range of raw materials on which the textile trade can base new products
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