Burberry to check supply chain toxins

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Clothing company promises to ditch hazardous chemicals by 2020 after pressure from Greenpeace Detox campaign

Burberry has committed to eliminating hazardous chemicals from its supply chain by 2020 in the latest victory for Greenpeace's detox campaign. The luxury brand's announcement comes after a fortnight...

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