Why we're happy with Marks & Spencer

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Last year, with your help, we lobbied top names like Nike, Adidas and H&M to agree to clean up their supply chains and phase out the use of hazardous chemicals. Now you've got a brand new commitment from Marks & Spencer, which become the seventh brand to listen to your Demands to Detox.
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We've got some more good news for you this week. British retailer Marks & Spencer (they have stores here in Hong Kong too) has become the seventh brand to listen to your Demands to Detox.
Last year, with your help, we lobbied top names like Nike, Adidas and H&M to agree to clean up their supply chains and phase out the use of hazardous chemicals. Now you've got a brand new commitment from M&S.
We've got the details right here on what Marks & Spencer has promised you and also how you can nominate the next brand we target together:
 
 
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