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Textile Exchange’s New Website Explores Possibilities of Biosynthetics in Apparel

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Textile Exchange is laying the groundwork for a future where garments could be made from biosynthetics—including algae, bacteria, fungi, sugar and plants—as alternatives to conventional materials. On Tuesday, the global non-profit and an industrywide working group, debuted a new website—aboutbiosynthetics.org—which aims to inform interested companies and consumers about biosynthetics, their use, new technologies advancing their capabilities…

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