Zara buffs its eco creds

Spanish fashion retailer Zara is set to start using cotton, linen and polyester that is ‘organic, more sustainable or recycled’ in its garments as part of its new sustainability programme. Cotton, linen, polyester and viscose account for 90% of parent company Inditex’s inputs.

The new target will also apply to Bershka, Massimo Dutti, Pull&Bear, Oysho, Stradivarius, Uterqüe and Zara Home.

In addition, Inditex says it is aiming to use 80% renewable energy across its stores, logistic centres and offices.

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