According to Retail Dive, Gap is planning to switch over to “100% sustainable cotton within the next six years.”
Per the article, Gap has committed to using 100% sustainable cotton for its flagship brand “by 2021, Old Navy by 2022 and Banana Republic by 2023,” citing “reducing water use… and limiting the contribution of cotton production to climate change” as the main motivators for the shift.
If you’re wondering what, exactly, is sustainable cotton, the story says it’s “cotton grown by methods approved by the Better Cotton Initiative,” as well as organic, recycled, and “verified American…
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