With consumers’ increasing awareness of the environmental and social impact of their clothing, there is a growing public call for fashion companies to make their apparel supply chain more transparent. For example, in addition to the typical “made in” label, consumers today also want to know where the textile material comes from, the ethical treatment of workers involved in the manufacturing process, and the verifiable sustainability impact of the clothing they purchase.

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