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Prym Fashion unveils functional & sustainable snaps

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May '19
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Prym Fashion has announced the launch of its new environmentally friendly snaps in two options, ecoWhite and ecoGreen. Prym Fashion’s L.I.F.E (Low Impact Fastener Ensemble) certified snaps are made using less material inputs, and are designed to provide the solution to a total eco-package. Prym Fashion is a leading manufacturer of garment accessories.

The new snaps are the first eco-friendly alternative available to various market segments of the apparel and textile industry, including activewear, children’s wear, and babywear, Prym Fashion said in a press release.

“We understand that today’s consumers expect brands to offer products that are completely sustainable, including the fabric and the trim. These eco-friendly snaps allow our customers to consider every detail and increase the overall sustainability of their products,” Brian Moore, chief executive officer of Prym Fashion said.

Made from recycled plastic bottles, Prym Fashion’s ecoWhite snaps eliminate the use of crude oil and associated processing compared to plastic snaps made with virgin raw materials. One recycled plastic bottle can produce 13 snaps. Prym Fashion’s ecoGreen snaps are made from plant-based renewable resources, such as potato starch, and reduce fossil resources and greenhouse emissions. EcoGreen snaps are biodegradable and recyclable. Coming soon, Prym Fashion will also offer ecoBlue plastic snaps that will be made from recycled ocean plastic.

“As brands and retailers in the textile industry continue to raise their sustainability goals, details like trim will become increasingly important. Prym Fashion is committed to making snaps that make a difference,” Moore said. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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