Children's clothes to be M&S' first 'fully traceable' range

Will Nichols
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Company set to release a new line of sustainable clothing later this year, starting with a £349 wool suit

Children's clothing will become Marks & Spencer's first product line to have entirely traceable materials under the retailer's pioneering Plan A sustainability initiative. The company revealed the new...

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