M&S commits to full supply chain traceability on non-food products
8 August 2011 -

(GreenWise) As part of its plan to become the most sustainable major retailer, Marks and Spencer today committed to tracing where and how every product in its clothing and home range is made.

M&S said it had signed a deal with supply chain traceability specialist Historic Futures that will enable the company to identify “every raw material source, spinner and fabric mill” on every single clothing and home product it sells. The agreement is the latest in a line of commitments made by the retailer under its Plan A sustainability programme and positions M&S as the first major retailer to commit to full traceability for non-food products.

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