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Everlane Is Ditching Conventional Cotton—Here’s When It’ll Make the Switch

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Everlane is going organic. The San Francisco brand announced Monday that it will only be using certified-organic cotton by 2023 in an effort to cut back on hazardous chemicals used to grow conventional cotton. Conventional cotton uses more toxic pesticides per acre than any other crop and is “harming the planet,” Everlane said in a…

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