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Apparel Companies Prohibit Mohair Products Following PETA Probe

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A PETA animal cruelty investigation has prompted apparel companies Arcadia Group, Gap Inc., H&M and Inditex to ban mohair products from their supply chains. The animal rights activist group recently released a video exposé of the South African mohair industry highlighting 12 farms that showed workers engaging in unethical practices with the animals. According to PETA, farmers…

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