Greenpeace: Zara Agrees To Go Toxic-Free by 2020



The World's Largest Fashion Retailer Inditex Group who owns Zara, Pull & Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe has finally committed for their apparel to go completely toxic-free by 2020.

This movement was started from Greenpeace International who launched the Greenpeace Detox campaign with a fashion show and press conference in Beijing 9 days ago. The campaign went viral globally at a lighting speed and reached 7.1 million Twitter and Weibo users. To date, more than 300,000 fashionistas, bloggers and activists have signed the Zara Detox Campaign petition.

Inditex Group owner Amancio Ortega happens to be the third richest man in the world according to Bloomberg. Zara now joins Puma, H&M, M&S, C&A and Li-Ning who have committed to removing all chemicals and chemical pollution in water caused by their manufacturing suppliers.

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  3. Ortega is also supposed to be fashion's richest man. Good 4 him and great for us that he cares in spite all of his money.:)

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    1. Yes, I'm so glad because I like Zara too. If only it could take lesser than 7 years though..

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