Levi's, Esprit, Mango commit to Detox

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Levi's, the world's biggest denim brand, has committed to go toxic-free after many grueling hours of talks with Greenpeace campaigners, and a global campaign with more than 215,000 people like you! The campaigners could never have secured such strong commitments without you. Thank you for help clean up the fashion industry and stop toxic water pollution!
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Levi's, Esprit, Mango commit to Detox
We did it!
Levi's, the world's biggest denim brand, has committed to go toxic-free after many grueling hours of talks with Greenpeace campaigners, and a global campaign with more than 215,000 people like you!
Please read the story and share this success widely
The campaigners could never have secured such strong commitments without you. It's not often that so many people come together so quickly and convince a brand change its ways so significantly.
First Zara committed to Detox, then Mango, Esprit & Levi’s, as people around the world made their voices heard.
The rising tide of people power has again shown what it's capable of. Thank you for help clean up the fashion industry and stop toxic water pollution!
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