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Patagonia Goes Hard on Circularity With Fiber Made From Textile Waste

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Patagonia has already achieved Leading Level 4 ranking for circularity in Textile Exchange’s Material Change Insights Report. Now, the outdoor apparel company is looking to do one better with a new sustainable fiber deal. The Ventura, Calif.-based clothing brand inked a multiyear sales agreement to secure access to Infinited Fiber Company’s regenerated textile fiber, Infinna….

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