Greener textiles: New sustainability standards established for man-made cellulosic fibres

Cecilia Keating
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MMCF, which is the second biggest cellulosic fibre group after cotton, holds huge untapped potential to transform the fashion industry, according to Forum for the Future and the Textile Exchange

Man-made fibres made from wood pulp and natural plant materials could hold the key to developing a truly circular fashion industry, provided that the sector's sustainability standards are enhanced...

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