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Textile Exchange and Fair Trade USA Join Forces

Fair Trade USA and Textile Exchange may transform the global textile industry’s approach towards supply chain management and responsible sourcing.  Yesterday the two organizations announced a strategic partnership that will offer both emerging and leading brands the opportunity to support cotton farming communities and source more sustainable and ethical fibers.   Textile Exchange has already [.
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