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Saucony’s Zero-Plastic Sneaker Is Made With Gardenias and Beet Juice

Join Cotton Incorporated, Lectra, Accelerating Circularity, Public Habit and more on July 15 for Sourcing Journal's virtual Sustainability FAQs workshop to pull back the curtain on the circularity, traceability, net zero and inventory reduction concepts that could transform your business.

Saucony introduced its “most eco-friendly shoe ever” Tuesday. Made with zero plastic, the Jazz Court RFG represents one step in a larger sustainability journey at Saucony. The Wolverine Worldwide brand expects to incorporate recycled content into every new performance footwear style by this fall. Come next spring, it aims to begin using 100 percent recycled…

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