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Tiny Fibers Paint Big Picture


A lot of thought typically goes into purchasing a garment. For cotton producers, even more thought goes into how the cotton for that attire is grown. The care and disposal of garments, both natural and synthetic, is a buzzworthy topic throughout the supply chain. What happens when your favorite cotton shirt gets laundered? The process causes all fabrics (both natural ... Read More »

Building Consumer Trust

gary adams, ncc

With the U.S. cotton industry ramping up sustainability efforts and consumers voicing their trust in our fiber, the National Cotton Council is encouraged that more light is being shed on a man-made fiber situation some believe is not sustainable. How is cotton faring with consumers? • On behalf of Cotton Council International, Harris Insights & Analytics examined the views of ... Read More »