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3 tips to how Burberry could build a more sustainable and active approach to their suppliers

The fashion brand Burberry has recently decided to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from its supply chain by 2020. A move in line with what other fashion brands such as Levi’s, Nike, Bestseller and Zara have done.

As part of the move, the company said, it will increase the public availability of its restricted substance list. It plans to disclose discharges of hazardous chemicals in its supply chain too. According to a Supply Management article Burberry has said:

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Who am I? I am Alis Hemmingsen. I am a (Responsible) Procurement thought leader and company owner of Responsible Procurement Excellence. In practice this means, that I am a professional business blogger within Procurement and Expert Consultant, Facilitator and Speaker.

My mission is to help you achieve Responsible Procurement and Supplier Innovation Excellence inside your own organization by making resources and best practices accessible for the greater good. Learn more about me here and sign up for the newsletter here.

 

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