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Organic Cotton Output Climbed 56 Percent in 2017/18, Highest Since Great Recession

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With fiber choice an important way for brands to raise their sustainability profile, organic cotton is often the go-to raw material for many apparel labels. To meet that need, global production of organic cotton increased 56 percent in the 2017-2018 crop year, with growth expected to continue, according to the latest data from Textile Exchange’s…

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