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Zara Commits to ‘Toxic Detox’ Following Social Media Pressure From Greenpeace

December 4, 2012
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Zara produces 850 million clothing items a year. That's a hell of a lot of clothing and a hell of a lot to be concerned about if, as Greenpeace claims, those items are chock-full of toxic chemicals. Two weeks ago, Greenpeace released a report detailing the hazardous chemicals it found in mass market clothing. The organization tested apparel items from 20 leading brands, including Emporio Armani, Mango, Zara, Gap, Victoria's Secret, Levi's, Calvin Klein and Benetton....


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